Events: Know How

Event Marketing Toolkit: Part 2

9th January 2018

The second instalment in event marketing from the team at Event Insurance Services – how to promote your event during and after it Promotion during the event The day of your event is an ideal […]

Thermobile UK Space Heating
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Heat and Power Advice

5th January 2018

Advice from suppliers on heating and powering your temporary structures Advice from: Andy Wallis, general manager, Thermobile UK Specialism: Space heating Contact: 02476 357960 / andy@thermobile.co.uk / www.thermobile.co.uk  What advice could you give an event […]

Power supply
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Power is Everything

5th January 2018

Event safety expert Chris Hannam outlines an organiser’s duty of care when it comes to powering their event One area often overlooked by inexperienced event planners is a safe and reliable electricity supply. As a […]

Pumpkins at nighttime
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Pumpkin Profits

5th January 2018

Eventbrite’s Bel Booker presents 10 profit making ideas for next year’s Halloween events Halloween is now the third most popular festival in the UK behind Christmas and Easter, with Britons spending a record £310m on […]

Zombie girl
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Frightmare & Spookyard

5th January 2018

Fruit and veg farm by day, one of the country’s leading scare attractions by night. Over Farm, Gloucestershire, has its Halloween recipe just right In 1982 Rob and Sue Keene converted a former lorry garage […]

Clip art of smartphone buying
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Ticketing Advice

27th September 2017

How to attract, sell to and keep your audience with top tips from Paul Luck Advice from: Paul Luck, director, Red Box Tickets and Events Specialism: Ticket sales Contact: 0344 7767777 info@redboxtickets.com www.redboxtickets.com What advice […]

Farm Business Innovation Show
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The Devil’s in the Detail

27th September 2017

John Radford runs though the essentials of pre-event planning “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” This classic quote is attributed to Benjamin Franklin, but many well-known leaders both past and present […]

Music festival violin player
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A New Day Festival

27th September 2017

Following a break-even launch year, this event looks to have secured its position in a niche market.  Appealing to the 50+ festival goer, the New Day Festival team knows how to make the live music […]

Sidmouth Folk Week
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Event Advice

12th August 2017

Event industry experts share their knowledge and how they can help Advice from: John Radford, owner, JR Event Services Specialism: Event service consultant Contact: 01275 406760 / info@jreventservices.co.uk How can an event organiser turn their […]