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Containing the Excitement

9th September 2019

John Radford on the use of barriers at events. To protect people, to guide attendees, to secure property or assets, to define areas; there are any number of reasons why a boundary, fence or barrier […]

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H&S Must Dos

2nd September 2019

Jim Davey from Redwood Event Solutions gives his advice on the absolute event safety must-dos for all event organisers. When it comes to event health and safety, we like to do things a bit differently […]

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A Matter of Necessity…

14th June 2019

Some key considerations about event toilets with advice from John Radford No matter what the event is, where the event is, or who the event is for, there is a certainty in place: the need […]

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GUEST COMMENT: Understanding Volunteers

14th June 2019

Sue Torres of Wicked Events talks about the use of volunteers in the live event sector Have you ever wondered why people volunteer? What they get out of it and why the event sector would […]

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GUEST COMMENT: How to Dress a Room

12th June 2019

Part 2 of Helen Lowe’s event furniture insights People always say that you ‘just know’ when you find the perfect wedding dress (or suit, possibly), and I have to say I have always felt exactly […]

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Event Sponsorship

12th March 2019

Eventbrite presents advice from Nicola Lloyd, head of event marketing for Pearson Frank, on how to attract event sponsors Finding the right backing for your event can be the difference between success and disaster. Not […]

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CSR Strategy

12th March 2019

In the final part of this series on corporate social responsibility (CSR) at events, Event Insurance provides top tips from its white paper on CSR strategies While corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not a new […]

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Managing Cancellation

10th March 2019

Philip Day, NOEA council member and partner at Laceys Solicitors, looks into how the cancellation of an event affects stakeholders and why well considered contracts are so important The recent decision to cancel the second […]

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CSR Best Practice

10th March 2019

Part 2 of Event Insurance Service’s white paper on corporate social responsibility at events A study by a A Greener Festival in 2006 indicated that 74% of festival goers agree or strongly agree that festivals […]

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Guest Comment – Worker Welfare

16th September 2018

Corinne Lane explains an organiser’s duty of care to contractors, staff and volunteers on site, and the importance of going the extra mile for their welfare Traditionally, the live music event industry has had a […]