The recent television interview around Prince Andrew’s association with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein makes for a fascinating case study in what not to do when conducting a television interview. Labelled... read more →
The meetings, incentive, conference and exhibition (MICE) market has witnessed a paradigm shift in the last two years. Sustainability, once an overlooked ‘tick box’ of suggested activity, is now a... read more →
The expansion of the CI Group has taken a further major step forward with its acquisition of leading analytics consultancy Rozovest Business Analytics. The business is being rebranded as Pearl... read more →
IMEX in Frankfurt is quite simply the biggest and best meetings PR media relations opportunity in Europe this year for destinations, venues, hotel groups, event technology providers and service suppliers.... read more →
Media partnerships are well-established, tried and tested as a valuable PR and marketing technique for business event organisers. For the publication, they offer a great opportunity to market the title... read more →
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