5 reasons to use a bar or restaurant for your next meeting.

1st August 2018 Cities General Stuff Planning 0

There are so many more places that can accommodate seminars and meetings than you think. Believe it or not bars and restaurants can be great spaces to hold a seminar or meeting. It always annoys me when people don’t think outside the box and head straight to the first hotel they find. When you look… Read more

Carden Park

8th June 2018 Faulty's Reviews Planning 0

  Countryside estates are becoming an ever more popular destination for conferences and meetings. Taking people away from the everyday hustle and bustle can stop distractions and allow them to focus 100% on the task in hand. Open spaces allow for better team building activities or simply for delegates to have a walk after sessions… Read more

How to insert YouTube video’s into PowerPoint

23rd April 2018 Planning 0

  I was recently asked to place some YouTube videos into a PowerPoint presentation for an event. I am very capable of embedding a video but YouTube links drive me nuts. I have always used the embed code not the link etc. and still find it never works properly and if the internet is rubbish… Read more

#GDPR – what does it mean?

16th April 2018 Planning 0

  GDPR comes into force on the 25 May 2018. No it is not a new punctual rail service for the UK, it is new European legislation called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It is directly applicable in all EU member states and will replace the current UK law the Data Protection Act 1998. The European Commission’s intention is to create a “one-stop-shop” for… Read more

Exhibiting – Getting the basics right

5th April 2018 Planning 0

Many moons ago I spent a number of years organising B2B and B2C exhibitions. As an organiser we would spend hours working out the room layout, designing shell scheme spaces to maximise revenue, developing great interactive sessions to entice delegates along to the show. We also put together an extensive exhibitor manual full of information… Read more