CORPORATE NEWS AND FEATURES
Acclaimed BBC documentary filmmaker Sean Langan gives practical tips gained from more than 20 years filming in dangerous locations.
Laurie Weitzkorn, director at JustSeventy, reveals how his team saved their event when disaster struck.
Marble LDN's research on the changing face of events also finds that specificity and personalisation is key, regardless of budget.
Corporate event planners and suppliers took part in two days of panels, roundtables, team-building and a shark-infested dinner party.
Only 9% of employees want to manage others, says BCG research. Have people's ambitions changed?
Risk intelligence company raises concerns over Iraq and Iran amid an assessment of the top travel risks around the world in 2020.
Economic uncertainty, sustainable travel and climate change are expected to be the biggest challenges in 2020, TTE report finds.
Toyota Material Handling Europe brought 120 staff from 11 countries to St George's Park for a team-building football tournament.
New leader for the global events agency will set its strategic vision, amid recent tech sector growth.
Event planners and suppliers asked whether telephone calls are a thing of the past, as part of a debate at C&IT's US Forum.
New cinema in Islington offers a gourmet dining experience and an unusual space for business events.
Senior planners and venue directors took part in a panel discussion at C&IT's US Forum.
The fresh Group's director of client delivery writes about the tricky business of getting into events for newcomers.
From a penguin parade to a man-made surf park and beach golf, here's the inside track on what to do in the Australian city and state.
From climate change protests to the US presidential election, these are the biggest geopolitical risks around the world this year.
Four events apprentices give their thoughts on why practical experience is so valuable.
Brand new this year, C&IT will recognise the very best in events in the Asia Pacific region.
Ding dong merrily on high and jingle all the way from the C&IT team.
Organisers and delegates willing to ditch meat and crackers for an eco-friendly Christmas party, finds survey.
From five-star luxury to the latest tech, on-site meeting spaces and restaurants - a roundup of hotels for 2020 and beyond.