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How to achieve record breaking profits amidst rising costs
ATPI Group’s CEO, Ian Sinderson, explains how the corporate travel company achieved record profits whilst straddling rising costs and labour shortages.
Inside the Floral Olympics: The Interflora World Cup 2023
Top Banana were tasked with planning the world’s biggest floristry competition taking place in Manchester’s Convention Complex.
The New York Times event planner discusses working with Emma Watson and COP26
Former international events planner at The New York Times, discusses COP26, working with Emma Watson and dreaming up the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Everything you need to know about Safe Space
C&IT spoke to Gabby Austen-Browne all about her new safeguarding initiative and how eventprofs can get involved in changing the industry for the better.
6 step guide to event budgeting
Budgeting an event can descend into a minefield, but with a careful breakdown, here’s C&IT’s manageable 6 step guide.
How to start a new agency at forty
Zara Gregory, Director at The Forty Agency talks embracing the unknown and how turning forty spurred her to start her own agency.
Top 10 MICE destinations featured in film
As ‘set-jetting’ steadily becomes the most popular form of tourism, we take a look at the top MICE destinations inspired by film and TV.
How to personalise delegate dining on a budget
The buffet renaissance not only simplifies the event planning process, but can cater to shifting preferences and emphasise local ingredients.
The mia to host inaugural summit
Sir John Whittingdale will provide an update on the government’s plans to support the sector.
HeadBox launches sustainability tool
‘Journeys’ aims to help empower event bookers to make the most sustainable venue choices – before they decide which venue to book.
VisitBritain showcases business events sector
The reception brought together 50 attendees including British nations, cities, local ambassadors and industry stakeholders.
University of Leeds to host UK Corporate Games 2024
University of Leeds Conferences and Events has announced it will host the UK Corporate Games 2024, following a competitive bid process.
Meet Cambridge celebrates record year
It has confirmed handling 3,590 enquiries for events during its FY ending 30 June 2023, with an estimated value of £25.2m.
CHS Birmingham reveals educational programme agenda
The content, which takes place on the main floor of the exhibition, will follow the show’s theme of “positivity”.
The Mermaid London achieves AIM Secure accreditation
The standard investigates the venue’s legal compliance, customer service proposition and experience.
CN Global Event Tech Summit 2023: registration opens
Now in its second year under the CN brand, the event will return to De Vere Horsley Estate in Surrey, and take place from 22-23 November.
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