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What should Event Planners be asking their venue?

Event planners, what should you be asking your venue? Choosing a venue can make or break your event, from the logistical issues such as convenience  and facilities to service issues such as what support will the events team offer. Here we’ll suggest a few questions you should be armed with when approaching prospective  venues to […]

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Staff training

It was William Shakespeare who said ‘Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them’ and at The Brewery, the latter is something we believe in whole heartedly. I like to take the grassroots approach and think that the path to success is littered with failures and hardship, but ultimately, […]

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In The Hot Seat – editor of M&IT magazine, Gareth Roberts

Gareth Roberts joined the M&IT team in September 2016 as editor of the magazine and meetpie website, bringing more than 20 years of international journalism experience to the role. Now, six months into the job, we caught up with Gareth to find out how things are changing at M&IT and how mia members can get […]

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Event Venues & Planners: How to Achieve the Best Event ROI Together

Every event is a little success story of its own. Whether we think about corporate events or conferences and exhibitions, each format has its specialties, usually requiring a great amount of organizational efforts and operational excellence. While format and size of the event may vary, the people “behind the scenes” work hard to deliver smooth […]

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Ten Points To Consider When Choosing A Venue

Judith Sloane at Meet Cambridge provides ten pointers for event organisers to bear in mind before booking a venue. 1.    Transport It’s vital to consider how your delegates will get to the venue – is it close to public transport, main routes and so on? Don’t be afraid to ask the venue if they are […]

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