How Innocent is using events and incentive travel to boost its businesses, including conferences, staff training, brand activation, product launches and employee motivation.
James O'Flinn, commercial dispute resolution lawyer at Keystone Law, explains what action you can take if a speaker fails to turn up.
'Booking enquiries are too often based on looks - I have never been asked how a string quartet sounds'
Adam Sternberg, director at Sternberg Clarke, talks about how to be ethical with your entertainment choices.
The evidence that accredited venues are more likely to win business is inconclusive, so C&IT asks a selection of industry experts for their opinion.
Can the golden age of travel incentives ever really return? C&IT looks back over the decades and forecasts the future.
C&IT asks four events industry professionals if sustainability is at the top of their agendas for 2014.
The FMCG brand used London 2012 as the backdrop for increasing employee engagement.
Food and drink brands are proving resilient to the financial woes, with the market benefiting from the popularity of sampling-based and hospitality events
Innocent's quirky marketing of its healthy lifestyle brand message is mirrored in its approach to its events.
Lindsay Whitmore, managing director of Mango Event Management picks her top websites
Mike Fletcher picks five centres with different attributes to suit executive groups of all kinds
In-depth guide to the most exciting hotels, venues and activities in the Asian state.
In-depth guide to Portugal's capital and one of Europe's most intruiging cities.
A dynamic metropolis and business centre at the crossroads of Europe and Asia.