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Monthly News Round-up Setember
Four weeks, 30 days and so much to update you on – from industry award nominations to tech updates and Read more
How to make money with a virtual event
Virtual events are on the up. From global conferences to your local yoga expert, just about everyone is heading online Read more
Are Paperless Events Possible
COVID-19 has caused businesses all around the globe to re-evaluate and - in some instances - revamp their entire operating Read more
How to Tax Virtual Events: 3 Simple Options
In a post-COVID-19 world, virtual events are our saviour. They’ve been a haven for organisers, creating a place to share Read more
EU-US Privacy Shield Collapses – Is Your Event Data at Risk of Snooping?
Perhaps a story involving a privacy trade war, metaphorical ‘shields’ and Donald Trump doesn’t naturally shift your attention to the Read more
The Ultimate Saver of Time
If you’d ask any event organiser to list the things that would make their job easier, we’d imagine that “more Read more
Virtual events guide
We have launched a Quick Guide of Who’s Who in the current ‘virtual events’ landscape for you to know what Read more
attendee engagement en 2 - Building Attendee Engagement with An Event App
Every event organiser wants their attendees to be happy. Regardless of how long they’re inside the venue, how many sessions Read more
Conference Apps
Finding a mobile app for your conference could be the hurdle you were least expecting. The market is packed with Read more
limit coronavirus events - How Technology Can Limit the Threat of Coronavirus at Events
As coronavirus threatens to impact the events industry on a global scale, we’ve taken the time to explain how technology Read more
event tool - Is Vision The Secret to Success with Your Event Management Tool? 
Humans are a cautious bunch. We don’t like diving into things unless we’re fully prepared or at least aware of Read more
event technology app - Five Ways Technology Can Support Accessibility at Events
Organisers have a legal duty to consider accessibility when planning an event. But rather than making our events accessible because Read more
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