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How event staffing agencies must adapt to the growing freelance workforce

by Greg Lusk, Founder of Liveforce With the events industry being a large player in the world of freelancing it is time for event staffing agencies...

Guest Blog Part 2: Five Cs of artificial intelligence and live brand experiences

Click here for Part One Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the stuff of sci-fi since the 1950s – think 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars,...

Guest Blog: My Company Is Turning 18 Years Old – Why Don’t I Feel...

Professionally, I’ve struggled with titles and their role in society for as long as I’ve been in the workforce. Rationally, I get the need for...

Guest Blog Part 1: Five Cs of artificial intelligence and live brand experiences

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the stuff of sci-fi since the 1950s – think 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, Blade Runner and The...

Guest Blog: Events industry faces acid test

This is the time of year when the events and hospitality sectors are in full swing preparing for the summer season. In addition to...

Guest Blog: Voting is dead. Discuss

Mobile event apps have stormed onto the scene over the last few years. The rise of the smartphone has led to the almost universally...

Guest Blog: How brands can embrace the ‘Experience’ Age

Lidl and CSM Live bring together industry experts to discuss why brands are increasingly harnessing live experiences and activations to resonate with consumers Brand activations...

Guest Blog: Do you really know what your audience wants?

By drp’s Producer - Rich Davies The difference between events produced 5 years ago to how they are run now is predominantly the audience. They...

Guest Blog: Will event professionals benefit from greater transparency in the live bookings industry

Booking live entertainment is a murky world unless you have the experience and networks to negotiate it. However, the added value that exciting entertainment...

Guest Blog: Is ignoring half your audience acceptable?

Would you use a venue where only 50% of your audience could see the screen? Or a catering company that provided food for...