The Event Industry Forum is making a further £13,000 available in grants for projects that will benefit the events industry.
The Forum, which brings together 28 trade bodies and similar organisations from across the event industry, is inviting applications for funds by April 29, 2016 and will announce successful bids in May.
Wine to you: Intrepid Fox launches direct delivery for small customers
Wine Innovations, makers of the single-serve Intrepid Fox ‘wine to go’, have launched a direct delivery service for its small volume customers.
Individualbuyers can now purchase Intrepid Fox directly from Wine Innovations, allowing them to access the product’s benefits without committing to a large volume purchase.
The decision to offer the service to smaller customers comes in response to increasing demand from caterers who want to take advantage of the benefits of the pre-packaged wine currently enjoyed by larger retailers.
Fireworks, lasers, Pixie - this show had the Lott!
VW Finance's new £25 million HQ in Milton Keynes opened with a bang last month. Pixie Lott topped the bill,supported by spectacular display of fireworks, lasers, lights and flames. The event was produced by DV8 Global Events and we demonstrated our expertise in rooftop fireworks, using the latest zero-fallout products to create a stunning yet safe close proximity viewing experience. 'We were blown away with the show' said DV8's Alex Beckett. 'Absolutely brilliant!' Have a look at our other areas of expertise (right). All our displays are individually designed and choreographed to the highest standards.
Call or email us to see how we can add some stardust to your big event.
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New Event Organiser Magazine
New Event Organiser magazine, the official journal of TESA, The Event Services Association, is being relaunched for 2015, with a fresh look and a new focus. As the industry moves out of recession, we believe that there is now a growing need for a magazine that serves the needs and interests of small to medium event companies and suppliers as a dedicated publication. The increasing complexity of regulations within the sector has only underlined this need for knowledge, which can make all the difference between success and failure. To this end, we are now targeting new entrants, as well as the relatively inexperienced or mediumsized companies that make up so much of the sector.
Following protracted negotiations with the industry, the Health & Safety Executive has been told it has to enforce the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 in the event industry. However, those who have robust risk management systems in place may not be affected too much, they say. To explain, the HSE has issued the following guidance: