Our appreciation of Nature and enjoying fresh produce from local suppliers during lockdown, has shone an even brighter light on the importance of being sustainable to protect not just our environment but our well-being too. Sustainability credentials are likely to form part of consumers’ decision, even when it comes to choosing an event venue…
The Covid-19 lockdown has pressed a firm pause on events in person taking place. Having initially been faced with the challenge of cancelling or postponing events for the foreseeable future, many events organisers and venues decided that not in person, did not need to mean not at all.
Life in the virtual world is no substitute for face-to-face human interaction. After many months apart, it will be important to bring teams who have been working from home back together to re-engage with business goals and set out future strategies, and also to re-create bonds through shared experiences.
On International Museum Day; how can events help generate an additional revenue stream for independent attractions and museums?
Using museums as event venues is a great option, not only do they offer unique backdrops it could also be the future lifeblood they need to stay open
As the nights get lighter, and the weather gets warmer, you might be starting to think about where the best Cotswold event venue with great outdoor event space is to hold your summer party or away day. Whatever event you’re planning the Cotswolds is a great location for all occasions.
Meetings are a great way of bringing people together to make decisions, come up with new ideas, update employees or to catch up with teams. We’ve put together our top eight things to remember when organising a meeting to help get you started.
If you are planning a birthday party – whether it’s a big surprise bash or a more intimate gathering for close family and friends – The Cotswolds is a great location to find an inspiring venue that is sure to impress your guests.
Organising an awards night is a great way to recognise and reward talent within your business or sector. However big or small your awards night is, there are many factors to consider before planning your event. Here are our top five tips for organising an awards night.
Your business may have an annual Christmas party for staff, but the tax rules also allow staff parties at other times of the year, such as a Summer Party! Staff parties which are held at other times of the year can be a tax-free benefit if certain conditions are satisfied. Find out what they are here!
From our experience of working with venues across the UK and our own knowledge of the events industry, we’ve put together a list of five habits that we believe contribute to successful event management. Whether you are looking to work with an agency to organise your event, or simply researching skills for your next hire – these are qualities to look out for!
There are many reasons why businesses might want to organise entertainment for a corporate event, whether that is to boost staff morale, reward performance or forge stronger relationships with colleagues and clients. Whatever the occasion, corporate entertainment is a chance for people to socialise outside of a work setting, and hopefully leave with some great memories.