CORPORATE NEWS AND FEATURES
As IBTM APAC gets postponed, agencies tell C&IT what they are doing to meet the challenges posed by the outbreak.
Budgets increases come despite fears over economic uncertainty, according to the State of the Industry 2020: Incentives report.
More than 10.6million guests have had their data leaked after the cyber attack, according to reports.
New research draws on official government flight data to reveal locations most popular with UK business travellers going overseas in the last year.
With reports that another key congress may be cancelled, agencies explain how they have been taking stock.
The airline makes 10-year commitment to mitigate all emissions from March 2020.
Same great content but now with even more essential insight for event planners, says editor Calum Di Lieto.
MWC in Barcelona will not go ahead, as one senior agency planner says brands took action after consulting chief medical officers.
The top UK event agencies ranked by incentive-based turnover are published in the C&IT State of the Industry Incentives report for 2020.
London’s Troxy hosted the ceremony for 1,500 guests, featuring performances from special guests including Shingai Shoniwa.
Planning luxury experiential events needs to feel authentic, says Adam Blackwood of Private Drama Events.
Beta-test, prototype and iterate as you would for a tech product, says Set Creative’s Harry Osborne.
Experts say many UK theatres are at risk of being demolished but events can bring in much-needed funds.
The industry can do more to create gender balance in the boardroom, says Smyle’s Emma Gardner.
As C&IT expands its reach globally, we're launching the C&IT Awards Americas to recognise the best in US events.