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    Molly Dyson

    How to make friends and motivate people

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    Your executive team relies on you for everything. You’ve called in a favour to get them into the latest Michelin-star restaurant for a business lunch, sorted web conference issues in the boardroom, scheduled next week’s meetings across multiple time zones, filed their expenses and booked the office Christmas shindig. At some point, you’ve probably been […]

    Lane End research shows Interactivity is key to delegates

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    Event organisers are looking to engage further with their audience by making events more interactive, according to Lane End Conference Centre. The Buckinghamshire-based venue carried out research among 116 event organisers, which showed that while 78% believe their events are already interactive enough, 56% don’t think enough is being done in this area. In addition […]

    Bristol’s booming business events market boosts economy

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    The latest report showing the impact of the conference and business events industry in the Bristol region has revealed that the value has soared to more than £259 million. The report – The Impact of Business and Social Event Tourism in Bristol 2016 – was commissioned by Destination Bristol and reveals the highest impact figures […]

    Top UK schools showcase venues with launch of Beautiful Schools

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    A new online venue search service called Beautiful Schools has launched to showcase the UK’s top schools as potential venues for meetings, conferences and events. It’s the first-ever independent school-specific venue search portal. Beautiful Schools is a free-to-use service for venue bookers, offering a simple, one-stop shop window of spectacular schools as venue options. The […]

    The mia strengthens team with new appointments

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    The Meetings Industry Association (mia) has strengthened its fast-growing team with the appointment of three new staff. Claire Polok joins the membership team as membership support executive, while Shauna Murray and Amy Pragnell both join the events team as events executive and events assistant respectively. On hand to assist the mia’s 530 accredited members and […]

    Top 10 stories of the week

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    The business world has been buzzing this week about the CIPD’s news that it would take the average employee 160 years to earn what a top FTSE 100 CEO makes in just one year. While there has been a dip in average executive pay, the discrepancy between those at the top and the people working […]

    ‘Culture Mile’ set to boost London events offering

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    The City of London Corporation, together with the Barbican, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London Symphony Orchestra and Museum of London, has announced plans for a major destination for culture and creativity in the Square Mile. The result will add significantly to the area’s meetings and events and business tourism offering and has been […]

    Brits time holiday social media posts to make colleagues jealous

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    The traditional paper postcard is going out of fashion thanks to the internet, with Brits preferring social media to share their holiday memories. New research shows this propensity for social media has a dark side, with employees timing their posts to make colleagues back home jealous. Seven in 10 people surveyed by OnePoll.com on behalf […]

    30 Euston Square agrees exclusive Kosher catering partnership with Celia Clyne Banqueting

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    Following a significant rise in requests for bar mitzvahs and bat mitzvahs, 30 Euston Square has embarked on a partnership with well-known Kosher caterer Celia Clyne Banqueting to provide Kosher catering in its State Rooms and Rooftop Terrace. Working with the Searcys catering team at 30 Euston Square, Celia Clyne Banqueting will be able to […]

    FTSE 100 CEO pay decreases but gap remains between employees and top earners

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    Analysis of FTSE 100 CEO pay packages shows that rewards at the top have dropped by almost a fifth, but the slow-down isn’t enough to close the gap between the average employee and executives. The annual assessment carried out by the CIPD and the High Pay Centre shows that the average FTSE 100 CEO now […]