Event Organiser Magazine - Issue 102 Print

TESA Members can read Issue 102 Online

Issue 102NEWS
  • Tourism minister John Penrose plans to liberalise the licensing laws governing small events staging performances for the general public.

EVENT PROFILE
  • London Marathon suppliers had to ensure a quick build, and clear the city centre in double-quick time.
OLYMPICS PROFILE
  • Phil Cholewick, Head of Supply Chain Management at the Government Olympic Executive, is passionate about delivering value for London 2012 and is convinced that the sharing of information will help prevent supply chain failures and contribute to avoiding excessive price inflation.

TESA AWARDS
  • All the results of the TESA awards, which combined with a TESA conference in March.

TICKETING & ADMISSION
  • RFID may just sound like another acronym we could live without but it is one of the hottest words in the event security and admission industry right now.

SECURITY PROFILE
  • Mark Harding’s passionate leadership has seen Showsec successfully expand over 10 years, with 14 nationwide offices and a team of over 2,500 event security professionals.

EVENT MEDICINE
  • It is important to restate the fundamental principles that underpin good event medicine which should not be lost sight of in the search for “cheap”, says Dr Brian Roberston, Managing Director of The Event Medicine Company.

Event Organiser Magazine is the official journal of TESA (The Event Services Association), the UK body representing event organisers and suppliers to the industry. The magazine is published five times a year and distributed to key names in the trade.