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- Why is service so important in the world of events?This week we are supporting a pharmaceutical sales event in Rome. Whilst the client has been spending hours on workshops supporting its staff with examples of how to wow their customers, we have been experiencing it first hand from the hotel. But why is service so important in the world of events? The event is being held at The Rome […]
- The First 3 Things to Do When Wedding PlanningCongratulations on getting engaged. It is a very exciting time of anyone’s life but also one that can be quite overwhelming. With all of the magazines, Facebook groups, apps and wedding fairs, where do you start with planning a wedding? Here are my top three things to do before you do anything else with your wedding planning.
- First post-lockdown weddingWe were honoured to be part of Fiona and Chris’s big day – one of the first weddings to be allowed post-lockdown
- Can I have my event now, please?With non-essential shops opening this week, many people being back at work and talks of bars and restaurants opening in a matter of weeks, things are getting back to a ‘new normal’. So why do I feel a little bit like the band on the Titanic that played on whilst everyone else scrambled around them?
- Yet Another Article on the Impact of Covid 19 and the Future of the Events IndustryWith social distancing measures meaning events are currently impossible, does anyone really know what they will look like in the future?
- The Rise and Rise of Outdoor WeddingsOver the past few years, the rise of people wanting to get married in the gorgeous British countryside has been immense. Whilst it may seem that the British weather does not lend itself to such events, the industry has adapted and so long as you have the right location and structures then an outdoor wedding can be a success whatever the weather.