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Marquees fit for #HeForShe

In a guest blog, The Arabian Tent Company tells Access why it’s important to foster gender equality in its workforce, and how they’ve embraced #HeForShe.

Seven forces shaping the future of ticketing

Culture, technology and entrepreneurship summit organiser REMIX has produced a report, commissioned by Eventbrite, debating the future of arts and culture ticketing along with the pros and cons of third party ticketing. Simon Cronshaw, managing partner of the global REMIX summits and founder of CultureLabel.com, presented the report at the annual REMIX Summit in London.

NP+Co’s top 5 Christmas party venues

Events company NP+Co design and produce a wide range of intelligent events, from legendary parties, shows and product launches to staged dinners and experiential projects for high profile clients. This time of year is no different, but it is all centred around the company Christmas party and creating something unique, innovative and different. One of

The industry must clean up its act, says Stuart Cain

Stuart Cain, managing director at The Ticket Factory, says action needs to be taken now to stop future generations of fans missing out due to ticket touts.

Experience & Profit: Post AIF Festival Congress Reflections

Paul Scaife, founder and CEO of Event Wine Solutions, reflects on this year’s Association of Independent Festivals Congress,

“This is about the future of London”

Tom Sutton-Roberts, general manager of London venue Troxy, mourns the loss of the Fabric nightclub and evaluates what it means for London’s cultural status.

“More than words and speeches”

In her monthly blog, exclusive to Access All Areas, Attitude is Everything founder and CEO Suzanne Bull MBE (left) says businesses and policymakers need to follow up words with actions. Last week (9 August) saw new culture secretary Karen Bradley (pictured above) make her maiden speech at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall – specifically focussing on the need

Brexit: A momentous decision for UK & EU

Predicting rough seas ahead but nevertheless confident on the UK event industry’s ability to weather the storm, Dave Crump,

Julian Agostini: Putting life into a new idea

Visitors talk about one moment of inspiration; one thing that will make their next event that little bit better than last time. Just one eureka.

“Rio is our client”: Setting up shop at Rio 2016

With just eight days until the Rio Olympics and just over a month until the Paralympics, event profs from all over the world are gearing up for a very busy six weeks. One such event prof is Nigel Peters, founder of London-based event production company NP+Co. Inspired by what he thinks of as a missed opportunity