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The Business of Events: what’s coming in 2023
The Business of Events (TBOE) has published its Stakeholder Briefing for 2023, which outlines its scope of activity, which includes more events, a Policy Unit, and an in-depth content and engagement platform. TBOE will host a series of smaller events throughout the year, including roundtables and breakfast briefings, as well as larger events. Read more
In conversation: Paul Black on VisitBritain’s quest for legacy
Britain remains a strong appeal for the US market in terms of business events, while the ever-changing situation with China means that international business has not exceeded 2019 levels yet. There is a similar pattern across most of Europe: domestic events rein as international events gradually return. Read more
US industry body publishes Public Policy Agenda, pushing Congress for sector support
With the new US Congress being sworn in on 3 January, the Exhibitions & Conferences Alliance (ECA) has published its 2023 public policy priorities. For 2023, the 10 ECA alliance partner organisations have identified four key areas of focus for ECA: Read more
Data analysis: Price Per Head for business events sees dramatic increase
The Price Per Head (PPH) for conferences and meetings has increased by 109% in London, according to the latest data exclusively provided to The Business of Events by Venue Performance. Read more
Martyn’s Law moves one step closer to legislation
The UK Government has confirmed that the Protect Duty, now officially known as ‘Martyn’s Law’, is to be advanced to draft legislation stage, and will be ready for review in Spring 2023. Read more
Homegrown events the key for growth in South Africa
Zinhle Nzama is the Acting Chief Convention Bureau Officer at the South African National Convention Bureau, and while at IBTM World she made time to speak in greater detail to TBOE about the National Association Project. Read more