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EventFlash: WRG taken over by Huntsworth

Brought to you by LiveBuzz, EventFlash is the only weekly video news round up specifically for the events industry. In this week’s bulletin:
WRG acquired by communications giant Huntsworth

 

Swedish festival Bravalla cancelled after spate of sexual offences, Mumford & Sons refuse to return

Upper Sense Events appoints Julie Harris as CEO

Hotel manager calls for expansion of San Diego Convention Center

Event tech organisation Feathr expands offices

Conference News launches CN30 under 30

Future In 15 episode 2: etc.venues’ Alastair Stewart on how venue design impacts an event’s success

Future In 15 has released its second episode online. Show host Caleb Parker meets Alastair Stewart, managing director of etc.venues, who shares how bold design of the venue will play a significant role in producing successful events, and how the company engages clients in the design process. He also discusses his company’s top tech adoption and the most popular use of tech by clients.

Episode two is brought to you by VenueDirectory.com and has a special 2.1 version with extended content, including details about art in design, the future of wifi and power at events, and the next big thing in events. Be sure to click on the preview for 2.1 at the end of this episode to watch this exclusive content.

The Future In 15 show is a series of 15-minute interviews with key figures across a range of industries, including the events industry.

The show offers unique sponsorship opportunities.

Episodes 3 and 4 are now available for commercial opportunities and if you are interested in partnering with the show then please contact Paul King on pking@mashmedia.net or 020 8481 1122.

Upcoming episodes available for commercial partnership:

Ep 3. Kim Myhre, senior VP & MD FreemanXP

In this episode, Kim Myhre challenges event organisers to innovate and engage delegates through brand experience, and Kim shares what he believes is the next big thing for event tech.

Ep 4. James Rees, executive director, conferences & events ExCeL London

In episode four James Rees shares how ExCeL London is using technology and big data to understand delegate preferences so they can customise the experience, and how ExCeL London converted an under-utilised space into small meeting spaces based on client demand.

Future In 15 episode 1: Showslice’s Damian Oracki on the sharing economy in events

Future In 15 has released its first episode online. Show host Caleb Parker meets Damian Oracki, founder of Showslice, to understand more about how his company is changing the away the sharing economy can work in the events industry.

Episode one is brought to you by VenueDirectory.com and hosted by Chandos House.

Showslice works with event organisers, venues and suppliers in order to see what event and production ideas are already confirmed at particular venues and then promotes the available days in order for organisers to enjoy the savings of sharing event infrastructure.

The Future In 15 show is a series of 15-minute interviews with key figures across a range of industries, including the events industry.

The show offers unique sponsorship opportunities.

Episodes 2-4 are now available for commercial opportunities and if you are interested in partnering with the show then please contact Paul King on pking@mashmedia.net or 020 8481 1122

Upcoming episodes available for commercial partnership:

  1. Kim Myhre, senior VP & MD FreemanXP

In this episode, Kim Myhre challenges event organisers to innovate and engage delegates through brand experience, and Kim shares what he believes is the next big thing for event tech.

  1. Alastair Stewart, MD etc. Venues

Alastair Stewart talks bout how the design of the venue plays a significant role in producing successful events, discusses his company’s tech adoption, and what he sees is the next big thing in event tech.

  1. James Rees, executive director, conferences & events ExCeL London

In episode four James Rees shares how ExCeL London is using technology and big data to understand delegate preferences so they can customise the experience, and how ExCeL London converted an under-utilised space into small meeting spaces based on client demand.