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Business Events and Hospitality

May, 2019
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Summary

The UK has long been a leader in the events industry, with exhibitions alone contributing 12 billion pounds to the economy, but what does the future look like for the sector? The Business Events and Hospitality special report, published in The Times examines what makes a truly great speaker, why post-event measurement is so crucial and the technologies which will shape the industry. It covers the rise of sexism at events and what is being done to tackle this, as well as exploring what internal corporate events can do for employee engagement. Also featured is comment on why the events industry must pioneer social responsibility, diversity and environmental awareness, and an infographic looking at what matters to organisers when they are looking for an event location

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Competing in an increasingly busy events space, organisations are looking further afield in order to provide a unique experience. What are the main considerations for companies when deciding on the next destination for their business event?