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Going places?

Mash Media MD Julian Agostini calls time on those that are ‘tight’ with their events time.

Reporting from the Green Zone at COP25

William Thomson, MD Gallus Events, reports from The Green Zone exhibition area at the recent world Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid.

How to choose the right speaker for your event

Leo Von Bülow-Quirk says choosing a speaker is one of the most crucial parts of event planning, so it’s important to get it right.

Democratic hospitality

Vitali Vitaliev visits an old Scottish treasure and finds it offers a uniquely democratic kind of hospitality.

Embedding sustainability in corporate events

Cecilia Law, Senior Marketer at agency DRPG, says events businesses need to embed sustainable practices in their company culture to make any lasting impact.

How to cater for the hearing-impaired at your event

Duncan Collet-Fenson, Audiologist & MD of Aston Hearing, provides some tips on how to cater for the hearing-impaired at your next event.

Motivating a corporate culture

Global association for the incentives industry, SITE’s CEO Didier Scaillet explains why your corporate culture is important to the success of an incentive travel programme.

Screen time is up

Jason Anderson, Digital Director at agency Avantgarde London, looks to the future and wonders if the screen paradigm might be on the way out.

Telling our story with the UN SDGs

For a number of years, convention centres have been looking for more appropriate ways to illustrate the broader benefits they generate for both global and community development.

A city without limits

Kelly Haslehurst, Marketing Director Conventions & Exhibitions, NEC Group, says Birmingham is a city with a buzz around it.

Sitting at the big table

Lesley Mackay from Ottawa Tourism considers the benefits of being a capital city, and why associations want to be close to Government.

A marriage made in Switzerland

Ramy Salameh finds a sustainably strategic union at Lausanne Montreux Congress.