The post-Brexit Sterling slump is putting additional pressure on clients' increasingly tight event budgets.
C&IT investigates the growing threat of ideas theft in the events industry and what can be done to protect creative pitches.
C&IT looks back on the BCD M&E and Zibrant deal, and what it means for the newly merged organisation.
Dealing with procurement is no longer seen as a top challenge by event agencies, according to C&IT's State of the Industry report.
Economic uncertainty in the aftermath of the UK's Brexit vote is making forecasting business in the months ahead increasingly difficult for event agencies and clients.
Agencies are already seeing events postponed just a week after the UK's vote to leave the EU, but MDs hope uncertainty could result in more meetings as clients seek to reassure staff and partners.
In this competitive sector, brands are striving to be different and are demanding events that set them apart, but on flat budgets.
Regulation and the need for transparent reporting is shaping the nature of the sector's events and how it spends its meetings budget.
As IT and telecoms undergoes 'dramatic waves of change', event planners struggle to keep pace with developments.
The buoyancy of the automotive industry is reflected in the type and number of events being held.
The buoyancy of the food and drink industry has led to increased investment in marketing support, including events and experiential activity.
High-impact, cost-effective events that demonstrate strong ROI are the order of the day in the finance sector.
C&IT's definitive report on the key trends and challenges facing the UK events industry in 2015 and beyond.