Why attend?

Wondering why you need to be at EPS this year?

Wonder no more. We've pulled together the key agenda sessions you should be attending depending on your role below, giving you even more reasons alongside all the new features, the speakers and the networking opportunities to register for your free pass! 

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The Promoter

The Promoter

The Event Owner. It’s your name above the door. With great events comes great responsibility, and it's your role to deliver creative, safe and sustainable events. The Event Production Show has all of these bases covered…

Will the 20s be roaring?

Under the influence - societal issues of festivals' fault - creating safe spaces

Supply chain challenges - supply and demand

New Age of Insurance for Events - Evaluating the Government Support Scheme and the Future.

What makes an event accessible?

The Sustainability Guru

The Sustainability Guru

Your role is at the centre of everything to do with events and we’ve put it at the centre of the EPS. A series of sessions dedicated to maintaining and developing the conversation around sustainability with insights and action points from key experts in the industry.

Sustainability - Progress with event power in partnership with Vision 2025

After the LIVE Green declaration - what's next? In partnership with Vision 2025

Sustainability: A Case Study from Formula E

Sustainable Signage: What, Why and How!

Maximising Engagement & Revenues by Minimising the Environmental Impact of Visitor Travel

 

The Crowd Management Expert

The Crowd Management Expert

Your role is at the heart of all events and we’ve put a spotlight on it at EPS. A series of sessions dedicated to maintaining and developing the conversation around  Crowd Management with insights and action points from key experts in the industry.

Under the influence - societal issues of festivals' fault - creating safe spaces

Security Industry Authority – Setting Standards in Private Security

OnePlan & CLIENT NAME: Collaborative Planning for a Safe Event Resilience planning for disruptive incidents