Choosing what to read at university is a rather daunting process. One tries to strike the balance of choosing something you will enjoy while offering great career prospects. This was something I felt I had smashed when excitedly confirming my place to read events management and marketing at the University of Brighton back in 2016. Not only would the knowledge and skills gained be extremely transferable, but career opportunities would be abundant because people are always attending events, right?
Julian Agostini, managing director of Mash Media, calls for a more open and balanced response to the coronavirus crisis by the media and government
Stuart Clarke of Let's Connect takes a look at some of the key ways the world of work will change as we begin to come out of lockdown.
Geoffrey Dixon of Vivid Interface runs through the results of a visitor survey, to find an answer to the question – are we ready to return to events?
David Preston, CEO of Realise reveals how you can simplify your event registration process
Charlotte Gentry worries that the Digital Age is skewing the expectations of the younger workforce
Jury's Inn put together the steps, which are designed to improve efficiency and enjoyment levels
Meet Cambridge offers some tips on how to evaluate the success of your latest event.