On Tuesday (16 February), event planners gathered at Gilgamesh in The Stables Market in Camden for a physical and digital storytelling event with ISES UK. The importance of narrative in events was discussed, with Radim Malinic from Brand Nu and illustrator Kyle Bean giving talks on their work. Afterwards, attendees enjoyed networking and drinks and canapés by Gilgamesh.
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On Saturday (13 February), Madame Tussauds' held its Valentine's Day pop-up. Guests, which included Zibrant, Melon Events, Quintessentially and Hospitality Line, were given the chance to have their pictures taken with celebrity wax figures at the renowned venue, before enjoying a three-course dinner.
On Thursday (18 February), The Irish Ambassador to the UK hosted a group of Cork tourism bodies at The Embassy of Ireland in London, including Cork Hoteliers, County & City Council, Cork Airport, Cork Chamber and The Cork Convention Bureau. The night was organised by RAM Organisation and number of agencies attended including Zibrant, MCI, Reed & Mackay, Eventful and Havas People. The event showcased the best of Cork’s tourism products and experiences.
Also on Thursday, IET London: Savoy Place hosted its first Gorkana media briefing with consumer tech magazine Stuff. In the venue’s newly refurbished Turing Lecture Theatre, guests from the PR and communications sector heard from editor Will Dunn about the magazine’s latest initiatives and plans for 2016, and gained advice on how PRs could help with content.
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