EN looks back over 150 years of Perton Signs and the company’s remarkable archive.
Perton Signs is celebrating 150 years of continuous trading this year, and while the daily business of delivering show graphics to event organisers continues, the firm is using the anniversary to look back at its illustrious history.
UK organisers are renowned for launching successful exhibitions and events abroad, and a new breed are making fresh forays. Annie Byrne investigates.
Putting on a show in the UK can provide a wealth of operational and logistical challenges, on top of choosing the right venue, suppliers and even date. So it’s not surprising that organisers who branch out overseas to launch an event are facing even bigger hurdles.
The Commonwealth Games and Ryder Cup will be heading to Scotland’s shores this year. EN speaks to Neil Brownlee, head of business tourism at VisitScotland to see how the nation’s venues are gearing up to capitalise on the anticipated increase in business tourism.
Scotland’s business tourism industry is gearing up for the benefits of a huge sporting year. In July and August, Glasgow hosts the Commonwealth Games, featuring 4,500 athletes from 71 countries.
Upper Street Events won Best Brand Expansion at the EN Awards for the first time. We caught up with event manager Dan Sewell on how the Country Living Fairs overcame hurdles to success.
When you win an award, the first thing you want to do is celebrate, but when another nominated team who happens to be part of your company is seated at the same table and loses out to you, what do you do? You handle it with grace.
Scott Birch heads to the Three Counties Showground to check out the venue's exhibition credentials.
For those of you who are not particularly strong at geography, there is probably little point mentioning that the three shires that join forces at Malvern are Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester. Like Telford, which is not a million miles away, it’s fair to say there is an element of discovery involved in arriving in this pretty part of England. Driving from London, the familiar M40 soon gives way to the A40 skirting past Oxford. And then you keep going. And going.