C&IT's associate editor reviews a country house hotel dating back to 1322 with Italianate architecture and luxury interiors.
Country estate Alrewas Hayes hosted the 25th anniversary of the Hope and Homes for Children fundraiser.
As IBTM APAC gets postponed, agencies tell C&IT what they are doing to meet the challenges posed by the outbreak.
Organisers have postponed the inaugural IBTM Asia Pacific due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
More than 10.6million guests have had their data leaked after the cyber attack, according to reports.
Australian and New Zealander event planners need a more technology-driven approach, according to new research by Cvent.
New charter aims to eliminate 'manels' and offers guidelines for making events more diverse, on and off stage.
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.
Agency features on the Sunday Times International Track 200 and predicts big things for the year ahead.
We’ve extended the deadline for entering this year’s awards celebrating 35 incredible event professionals under 35.
Iconic Luxury Hotels' new London property will have 172 rooms, a bar, a private gym and event spaces.
A luxury Scottish escape with whisky tastings and outdoor activities including clay-pigeon shooting and archery.
Global agency’s acquisition of communications specialists Firehouse continues its recent growth.
Same great content but now with even more essential insight for event planners, says editor Calum Di Lieto.
Dan Broadberry discusses being on the 2019 A-List and how a ‘catastrophic’ storm may have helped him get there.
MWC in Barcelona will not go ahead, as one senior agency planner says brands took action after consulting chief medical officers.
London’s Troxy hosted the ceremony for 1,500 guests, featuring performances from special guests including Shingai Shoniwa.
Head of client services and operations director are promoted by the agency as it continues to grow.
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.
In the Quinta do Lago golf resort, the new hotel offers lots of event space and a range of nearby sports activities.
The Melbourne-based show for APAC event planners, AIME, responds to the coronavirus outbreak and Australian bushfires.
Hospital in Milton Keynes running hotel and conference centre as outbreak worsens and more flights are cancelled.
Company that provides BAFTA goodie bags calls for more sustainable and experiential gifts at events.
C&IT's associate editor has been off the sauce for a month and shares his thoughts on an industry bugbear.
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.
Report by NYS Meetings & Events looks at the impact high numbers of meetings has on the environment and mental health.
The 181-room hotel in the capital's Penn Quarter features a grand café, brasserie, cocktail bar and rooftop event space.
As C&IT expands its reach globally, we're launching the C&IT Awards Americas to recognise the best in US events.
How international politics, social media, travel bans and boycotts are impacting the events industry.
Panel at Events Events 2020 tackles the issue of diversity and gender balance at conferences.
Panel of event professionals discuss working culture and why micromanaging employees will mean the best talent leaves.
The World Psychiatric Association in Lisbon aimed to examine and discuss crucial issues in psychiatry and mental health.
Manchester-based agency brings in two new faces after a record-breaking year of growth.
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2020 took place in London this weekend and had some important lessons for event planners.
Study by AIME reveals the barriers that get in the way of business success at events.
Agency brings in Mikael Ek to look after EMEA region, among several other key leadership changes.
Panel discussion at C&IT's Corporate Forum covers career progression and returning to work after maternity leave.
No-one wants to be bombarded with useless throwaway freebies, says C&IT’s associate editor Mark Williams.
Riskline warns against any non-essential travel to China, with Penang now also on high alert.
A look at two luxury marinas in Monte Carlo and Porto Montenegro with itineraries for meetings and events by the sea.
They might encourage competition, but staff league tables introduce other pressures.
Salary survey finds gap has decreased since 2015 but still exists, caused in part by bonuses and commission payments.
With a vibrant culture and Aztec history, there’s so much for the adventurous delegate to discover.
Panel at Eventhuddle discusses why individuals should rely on themselves, not their companies, when it comes to mental wellbeing.
BA says all direct flights involving mainland China have been suspended 'with immediate effect' because of the coronavirus.
Industrial hemp producer Kannaway treated its top distributors to an immersive day out on a hemp farm.
Incentive travel companies received awards for creating unique and memorable experiences at a ceremony in Vancouver.
Rasha El-Shirbini from The fresh Group says whether it's consumer or B2B, think of delegates as humans first.
New COO will manage leaders from five regions, as the agency continues its global growth plan.
A panel at C&T’s Corporate Forum discusses what really matters when planners and suppliers work together.
Risk intelligence company assesses the response to the outbreak and its impact on travel.
Dell Technologies' StaceyLynn Hoaglan explains how the company is tackling its sustainability challenges.
Brand experience company makes appointment to lead its experiential creative team from the Soho office in London.
We asked two experts who have organised events in the country to share their experiences of the sovereign state.
Counter-terrorism expert Richard Pendry has advice for event organisers on how to respond to critical incidents.
Dale Parmenter, group CEO at DRPG, says event planners must take more responsibility for learning how to protect their delegates.
New and upcoming international convention centres across Asia, the Americas and Europe.
Event organisers should not be placed in vulnerable or compromising positions, says C&IT’s senior reporter Ellie Kahn.
New hire will focus on broadening the agency's client base as it aims to work with more global companies.
Carbon-neutral events may not be possible yet, but there are big changes planners can make to help protect the planet.
The one-day summit in an unusual London location addressed the future of media consumption.
Event agencies and DMCs debate issues around cost and creativity during a panel discussion at C&IT’s Incentives Retreat.
Agency makes three appointments to its global leadership team, include HR and finance directors.
Event organisers concerned about their lack of preparation for serious incidents after November's terrorist attack at Fishmongers’ Hall.
Meet in Ireland treated the 2019 A-Listers to yoga, pony trekking and uileann pipes workshops.
Incentive planners and DMCs discuss the need for more transparency in their working relationship.
Big changes to how long events affect our health and wellbeing are urgently needed, says a VP of BCD Meetings & Events.
Exploring the emerging destination’s modern and medieval experiences in Baku, Gabala and Sheki.
Senior hire brings experience from a range of sectors that will help the agency meet the evolving needs of clients.
The hotel at Chao Phraya River offers indoor and outdoor event spaces in the Thai capital.
The inaugural C&IT Awards Americas will be judged by a mix of regional and global event professionals.
Corporate event planners spoke about ways to reduce waste and make conferences more sustainable.
One event professional discusses the struggle to balance work and life as a mother of a two-year-old.
Swindon-based event agency expands its team, including return of two former employees, after new client wins.
Delegates discussed their main aspirations, groans and gripes about tech during a roundtable at C&IT's Corporate Forum.
A revolving stage and 3D animation helped showcase the new Patrol SUV to an audience of VIPs, including UAE's royal family.
Event agency reinforces its senior leadership team to focus on ambitious global expansion plans.
Two event agencies respond to a recent article on the demise of the phone call and suggest it's not dead yet.
New appointment brings more than eight years of hospitality, client management and sales experience to the event agency.
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?
'I see agencies like WRG, Jack Morton and George P Johnson as our competitors now,' says MD Michael Gietzen.
Agency's newest board member brings more than 30 years experience and will expand its specialised association service.
One event planner discusses her experience of complete burnout while trying to build the ultimate career.
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.
Budgets are not increasing at the same pace as over the past few years, according to a director at industry association MPI.
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.
Mike van der Vijver of Orange Gibbon says that a request for proposal (RFP) can lead to poorly designed meetings.
New cinema in Islington offers a gourmet dining experience and an unusual space for business events.
Most recent financial year included a new Liverpool production hub for the event agency.
The resplendent and ivory-hued colonial hotel, Raffles Singapore, is a historical and glamourous icon.
For planners looking for a stand-out convention centre for their next event, Expo Tel Aviv on Israel's Mediterranean coast could be the perfect place. Here's five stand-out facts about this leading international venue...
Corporate and agency event planners discussed how data is changing the way they plan and measure their event success.
C&IT's 2019 A-Listers experienced a luxury stay at the five star Hayfield Manor in Cork.
Known for the warmth and hospitality, Taiwan boasts stunning scenery, lively cultures, and continuously updates and increases its convention infrastructure.
Do you face a daily battle with the board? C&IT, in partnership with Cvent, ran a roundtable dinner discussion for corporate planners to talk about their tips and tricks.
If it's year-round Mediterranean climate, abundance of world-class venues and inspiring luxury experiences weren't enough to tempt you to hold a winter event in Monaco, then this latest offer from the Principality definitely will.
SongDivision made immersive music a key element of Rolls-Royce's annual Excellence Awards.
At the southern tip of Japan, this remarkable island provides inspiration for even the most demanding planners and all the facilities to fulfil their needs.
Post-event feedback, whether it is positive or negative, is incredibly important.
It's been a record-breaking year for Belfast with stand-out numbers for business tourism sales and awards galore.
The good and the great from C&IT's top 50 UK event agencies got together to debate how to best approach the event industry's current challenges.