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Tackling Travel

ecolibrium’s communications manager Bethan Riach details the charity’s new Travel Carbon Calculator app. ecolibrium is a charity that helps event organisers, audiences, artists and suppliers tackle the impacts of travel at events. Since 2015 it […]

Crowd at an event

Be Specific on Safety

Select the right event safety consultant, with advice from Steve Allen . Immanuel Kant once said “Experience without theory is blind, but theory without experience is mere intellectual play”. Events, as we all know, differ […]

The First Dance, one of the pilot events at Liverpool's Bramley-Moore Docks

Covid Test Event Findings

The Event Industry Forum’s Jim Winship summarises the Events Research Programme report published on 25 June. The government has published the report for Phase 1 of the Events Research Programme (ERP) which set out to […]

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Level Up Your Glamping

Tom Critchley from Caboose & Co. shares his expertise on designing the perfect event glamping zones. Having spent the last 18 months in national lockdown there will be a public clamouring to fill diaries with […]


Testing the Safety Net

How science and society came together in Liverpool for the Events Research Programme.  This blog piece was originally published by The University of Liverpool. The 28 April to 2 May represented a momentous five days […]

Covid restrictions in a restaurant

Covid and Temporary Structures

MUTA’s Joe Chalk discusses how Covid-19 has affected the temporary structure industry. MUTA is the UK’s only trade association dedicated to marquees, tents and temporary structures. With the majority of members serving the events industry, […]

Towersey Festival

What Towersey Did…

In 2020, the 57 year old Towersey Festival raised over £46,000 to keep itself afloat while maintaining audience engagement and income for artists. Now it’s planning how best to tackle the unknowns of 2021. Back […]

Event in tipi

Breaking Bread Impact Study

How a pop-up tipi village in Bristol provided work for 100 hospitality and event industry workers during the summer of Covid. A recent impact report undertaken by the team behind pioneering Bristol tipi village, Breaking […]

We Are The Fair

A Point of Difference

We Are The Fair’s Rob Dudley shares two complex and bespoke builds created as differentiators in a crowded festival landscape. As large-scale event and festival producers we have plenty of experience at We Are The […]


Get Organised

Tom Chennells’ advice on making the most out of this year’s squeezed events season. Following the government’s outline of the roadmap out of lockdown, it’s safe to say the events industry has been given a […]

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Underwriting Covid Risk

What is the future for events insurance post Covid? asks Tysers’ Tim Thornhill. The first week of March saw the Chancellor announce further support to some businesses within the cultural sectors and a further £300m […]

Crowd attending outdoor film

Making Places

We Are Placemaking’s Louisa Bass explains how events celebrate and strengthen communities. Over the past year we have experienced many significant changes to the way in which we have had to adapt to our new […]