Moving a pan-European conference to different European locations year on year always begs the question, should we offer the conference just in English or provide simultaneous translation?
We’ve all been there – the hotel you have is great for the conference sessions, but the exhibit space is less than perfect – it’s all too common in London where 90% of the best hotels have not been built with exhibits in mind!
While conference organisers take a breather over the holiday season, here are 10 top tips to get you ready for the September/October peak conference season.
We’d like to share some great photos from a recent event we managed. Last month (June 2016), the UK Alumni Association of INSEAD hosted their annual European Forum – a memorable, high quality and thought provoking forum, with plenty of attendee engagement and opportunities for networking. Please read our
case study to find out more about the event. Read more
The London Library’s 175th anniversary celebrations were ambitious.
A five day programme was planned, including a gala dinner for 230 of the Library’s donors and supporters, an anniversary party for 375 of the Library’s members and a series of 16 literary events
Event Management Services is delighted to be working with The London Library for their Words In The Square event – a fantastic celebration of the Library’s 175th anniversary exploring the worlds of books and ideas, featuring some of the biggest names in literature and the arts.
Once a conference is over and delegates have returned to the office, what happens next can have a direct impact on how participants perceive the value of your event. It’s important attendees retain the tips, information and strategies you offered.