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Is the industry doing enough to support female talent working on and off stage, while driving an increase in female audience members.
Key venue operators focus on the main issues impacting the sector, including what the major new openings around the UK will mean for promoters, suppliers, and event attendees.
A UK-wide festival that involved a programme of live events in 107 UK locations, Unboxed engaged an audience of 18 million across the four nations. This session explores what and who was involved in the project, the challenges overcome and effort to provide value-for-money from the Government’s £120m project.
From gamification and the Metaverse to the blending of digital and physical interactivity at real-world events, we examine what lies ahead for live event production.
How can the live events industry collectively work better to cope with broad challenges around geopolitics, economics and customer confidence while ensuring the Government more fully recognises and reflects its huge contribution to the economy and the public’s wellbeing?
Representatives from the Association of Festival Organisers, Events Industry Forum and the Local Authority Event Organiser Group explore updates to the Purple Guide and address the latest licensing issues.
Mass participation events are a uniquely powerful way of supporting physical and mental good health while raising huge amounts of money for charity. Is enough being done to support this vitally important sector and how is it evolving?
National Government representatives and key event professionals reveal the huge amount of work that went into making the expansive Operation London Bridge, the funeral plan for Queen Elizabeth II, run smoothly and demonstrate to the world the expertise and professionalism of the UK event industry.
A panel of experts explore the immediate initiatives, solutions and practices available to dramatically reduce the environmental impact of events.
This panel of promoters, tech and marketing professionals explores how the event industry can work better to engage with and excite a new generation of fans.