In a time like this, it’s easy to keep thinking about what’s not working.  There’s plenty to choose from on that front.

Will your team, your contractors and your venue be ‘match fit’ when events begin to open in the Autumn?

A friend who works in the events industry told me about a survey run by a supplier on LinkedIn.

When exhibitions are given final confirmation of the go-ahead to restart, the biggest problem organisers will face will be one of confidence.

One day, over a drink in a pub that’s open for business, with no restrictions on where you sit, you and a colleague might reminisce one day about the year 2020.

If you’re in the business of event marketing, chances are, you’ve found yourself asking what on earth a pandemic means for your 2020 marketing plan.

The views and opinions expressed in these blogs are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of ESSA, its members, board or staff. Our members represent a broad range of views within the event industry, and we have provided this section of the website for their opinions to be openly heard and discussed.

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