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Predictably unstable?

Andy Grove, interim president of the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA), has a crack at predicting the future

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Venue closure prevention bill causes controvery

With 35% of UK music venues closing, parliament has proposed some affirmative action. Is this the final word

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Event resorts: Being a part of it

Think of a resort and you’d be forgiven for picturing sandy white beaches, water sports, and maybe even

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Ticketing is dead

Tore Totland, chairman of Norwegian ticketing company TicketCo, comments on the future of the sector

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Space race: How disruptive spaces put events one step ahead

Tracy Rusbridge, regional business development executive at The Jockey Club, on looking beyond conventional event spaces

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Hire Space unveils top trends for 2017 Christmas parties

Findings include top venues receiving enquiries, best time for bookings and the big spenders

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Getting forensic about festivals with AIF

Access looks back on the AIF Festival Congress 2017 in Cardiff, this year covering the topic of ‘Pseudoscience’

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How to: Multi-sensory events

What makes a live event immersive? Suz Mountfort, co-founder of immersive events specialist Gingerline, shares tips and tricks of the trade

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Extra time at Stamford Bridge

Each of the stadium’s different business areas hosted interactive stations for guests to enjoy. Online editor Murielle Gonzalez comments on her experience

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Survey: Is the Outdoor Events Industry a Creative Industry?

Written by James Morgan Every event professional has their opinion on this question. So do the academics that

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