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Excel London’s board brings six decades of experience at the venue...

Tom McInerney, director of Etherlive gives EN his cyber security top...

EN discovers Millbrook is a diverse venue with added va-va-voom. ...

Exhibition News October 2014
October 2014



Excel London’s board brings six decades of experience at the venue to its day-to-day running. EN spoke with the team over lunch to ask what its plans are for the venue.

With Excel London celebrating its 15th anniversary next year and welcoming its 20 millionth visitor in June, EN decided it was high time to get on the Docklands Light Railway to speak with the venue on how it is planning further global prominence in exhibitions.



Tom McInerney, director of Etherlive gives EN his cyber security top tips.

Being able to communicate anytime anywhere has allowed us to move from working on the static desktop PC to a world where devices are in a pocket, in our bags and even on our wrists. Whilst all this communication has meant we can be flexible about our working space, how many people have considered the security of the networks they are communicating across?



EN discovers Millbrook is a diverse venue with added va-va-voom.

Not many exhibition venues will take you on a tour of the venue, which ends with you being driven at 100mph around a track with the driver’s hands off the wheel.



David Becker, co-founder of zkipster, talks to EN about audience analytics, social media amplification and new product, zSocial.

Swiss start-up zkipster has checked in more than two million guests globally since its launch in 2009, and counts the likes of The New York Times, HBO, Red Bull, Cancer Research, and VistaJet among its respected list of clients.



Networking is one of the most important tools that a start-up business owner can use. Pickevent co-founder Jose Bort talks to EN about his professional events revolution.

Events is a traditional industry that needs disruption, and lots of new technologies are now emerging. The industry is all about meeting people and bringing value to attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and speakers, so it builds a great business mindset.



EN sits in and takes notes on how our industry can energise exhibitor activity by learning from human behaviour and using technology.

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