The growth of Event Tech Live has undoubtedly paralleled the expansion of the event tech industry, allowing it to flourish and develop its own identity and community.
This year’s buyer’s guide reflects the way previous ‘new’ entries have blossomed into go-to suppliers. We also see that the market for start-ups hasn’t slowed down, with innovation and inspiration at the heart of many of this year’s entries.
As always, the digital only nature of the buyer’s guide means that we will continually update the content over the coming months, to keep updated visit www.eventindustrynews.com or download our app, available on iPhone and Android.
After its successful launch in 2016 The Exhibition Buyer’s Guide is back for 2017.
This digital guide is packed with news, views and reviews from leading experts within this exciting sector. The guide also provides a one-stop-shop for organisers and the thousands of companies that exhibit each year.
Whether it’s an organiser looking for the latest technology, a venue looking to add to its list of preferred suppliers, or an exhibitor looking for a new stand design – The Exhibition Buyer’s Guide is the vital commercial link between buyers and suppliers.
Like many other sectors of the events industry, conferences organisers are faced with a vast selection of suppliers offering thousands of different solutions.
Choosing the right elements to help manage, deliver, engage and enhance is a mammoth task, with constant pressure to get it right. Thankfully Event Industry News has extended its portfolio of purchasing guidance with the launch of the brand-new Conference Buyer’s Guide.
It’s back, and it’s bigger than ever!
The Festival Buyer’s Guide 2017 features interviews, Q&A’s, news and views and covers a wider range of suppliers than any of our previous issues.
This year the guide includes an in-depth interview with Geoff Ellis, festival director for the brand new TRNSMT event that looks set to take Glasgow city centre by storm. He tells us why and how the event came together, and why a city centre location was selected.
You can also find out about Big Weekend’s boost for Butlin’s as the brand expands its portfolio of themed music breaks within the popular resorts.
In addition to the news and interviews, we’ve also got loads of information and updates from the industry’s leading suppliers; from inflatable structures and event branding right through to projection design and yurts for glamping.
Ahead of Latitude’s 10th Birthday Melvin Benn talks to Virtual Festival about what comes next. Dick Tee chats to us about joining Grillstock and the challenges ahead for the new London site. The Energy Revolution discusses its shared effort with festivals to tackle climate change and much more.
Once again, Virtual Festival takes the idea of digital publishing and pushes it into new territory. Containing interactive features, video content and animated advertising, Virtual Festival is the most dynamic resource available to event organisers.
The Virtual Festival will stay online for a full 12 months, giving the industry plenty of time to digest all of the information that it contains.