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TicketCo: new kids in town

The Norwegian ticketing company has established operations in the UK. TicketCo is convinced that ticketing is dead and says its platform is a game-changer for the events industry

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Fire safety checklist

Tips from Fire Protection Online on how to make sure a venue is fire-safe and prepared for an emergency

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Is ticketing close to paperless?

Three ticketing suppliers tackle the elephant in the room – is the future completely paperless?

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Protec delivers Sensation Dubai

The Middle East company provided a full production infrastructure for the event held at Dubai’s Meydan Racecourse. This is the story of how it happened

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“Blurring genres drives growth”

Pop-up Michelin star restaurants, art installation and sporting events are being included in festival programmes to enhance visitor experience and broaden revenue stream, David Lindsay, senior consultant at AMR International explains

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Losberger De Boer: sustainability, aesthetics and functionality

Company reveals how it delivered 43 tents and halls with a total size of over 20,000 sq m to make an temporary event space for the World Climate Change Conference 2017

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Case study: Robe for Rolling Stones No Filter

No Filter, the European tour by Rolling Stones, featured 36 Robe BML spots as part of lighting design created by Patrick Woodroffe of Woodroffe Bassett design

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The city is the venue

Charlie Mussett, senior operations manager at The Great Run Company, comments on liaising with city authorities, short build time and staging Simplyhealth Great Edinburgh XCountry in January 2018

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York Ice Trail: The biggest in the UK

Featuring 45 icy figures on display across the city, York Ice Trail is the largest outdoor ice sculpture showcase in the UK. The event is one of five themed weekends in the run-up to Christmas

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Live events: no-go for mobile phones?

A new survey of 1,200 people between the ages of 16-30 shed lights on the use of mobile phones at gigs and festivals

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