Posts Tagged: event magazine

Honey bees: the definition of team building

I’ve long since had a fascination with bees. I’ve interviewed beekeepers, planted flowers bees like, and eat enough honey to rival Paddington bear. Read more on Honey bees: the definition of team building…

Who should replace Savile?

According to the Evening Standard, one of our favourite events venues Madame Tussauds has melted down its waxwork of Jimmy Savile. Read more on Who should replace Savile?…

How very inviting

First impressions count. They are really, very important. Read more on How very inviting…

Events – an art or a science?

Many young people trying to get their first job in events are now equipped with a degree in events management, something that barely existed a decade ago. So what does that mean for the industry? Read more on Events – an art or a science?…

Industry pin-ups

It’s the buzzword in digital. The fastest growing social network on the web. As Zoolander would say if he could fathom the internet, Pinterest is so hot right now. Read more on Industry pin-ups…

Event says: Locog’s got it right with TV torch stop

Lord Sebastian Coe has announced one extra stop for the Olympic torch on its 2012 relay route. But before you jump for a
map, it’s not in your neighbourhood, or any of the towns that have grumbled
about being snubbed.

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Paella anyone? Muchas gracias

With the spate of street parties a distant memory after the Royal Wedding in April, it was lovely to see Regent’s Street transformed into a Spanish fiesta with the sixth Taste of Spain event on 2 June.

Over 500,000 flocked to the event that was produced by Wilde Ones for the Spanish Tourist Board. Read more on Paella anyone? Muchas gracias…

Meet your Prince at One Great George Street

A happy coincidence that a Prince William look-a-like works at One Great George Street, a Westminster venue that was perfectly located to view the route of the newlyweds on the big day a few weeks ago.

He could have easily confused people in the crowds on the streets, I’m surprised he wasn’t used by the Royal minders as a decoy on the day.

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Pop-Up in the Sky restaurant

If you’re like me and enjoy any kind of dining with a view, this could to the ultimate experience.

The EDF London Eye is creating a Pop-Up in the Sky restaurant that will be located in one of the venue’s capsules, as part of the London Restaurant Festival from 3 – 17 October.

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