Bramcote International and the Association of British Professional Conference Organisers (ABPCO) surveyed 350 association conference attendees regarding their confidence in returning to live events.
Make Venues has opened a new 238sqm of meeting, training and conference space at its Broadway House property in Westminster, London.
The expansion builds upon investment in the facility, which also includes the instillation of hybrid meeting technology across Make Venues’ portfolio.
International Confex may have been delayed due to new government regulations, but there is still an appetite for the live event format and discovering what the ‘new-normal’ will be for the events industry.
We spoke to two members of the International Confex advisory board to discover how the event will shape up come 1 September 2021. The two members are: Miriam Sigler, director, Ways and Means Events; and Emma Barr, events and training advisor, The Royal College of Midwives (RCM).
Italy is officially opening for the events industry over the summer, according to The Italian Tourism Board (ENIT). Representatives from the nation’s events sector joined Conference News editor Martin Fullard for a webinar on 9 June 2021.
The webinar, which was hosted by ENIT and IBTM, highlighted Italy’s conference and meetings potential, as well as what event organisers can do to contribute to the recovery of the sector.