Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Event Huddle is currently not hosting debates but we hope to be back with you in 2021. 

 

Event Huddle has been an industry leader in free networking events for the past four years. In October 2019, Ministry Venues purchased Event Huddle from Athena Events to continue the debate. 
The event industry’s leading monthly gathering, showcasing speakers and panels exploring the latest issues and innovations.
Join this peer to peer group for sharing best practice and learning from industry leaders covering topics from social media excellence to wellbeing, the events economy and international trends.

 

Event Huddle Archive

Coronavirus and the Events Industry – Crisis Management Webinar

As the global effects of the Coronavirus increase each day, what can the events industry do to protect itself? Some of the key dates in the industry calendar have already been cancelled and many venues have already seen a decrease in attendees and event bookings. As we look forward to the rest of 2020, our panel explores how significant the impact on the industry will be and what steps can be taken to protect our businesses and staff. For further reading please see below - advice from the panel https://www.lewissilkin.com/en/campaigns/coronavirus

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Are we keeping up with our guest's rapidly changing requirements?

Hosted at the Confex International Trade Show at Excel London. With a move towards more dry events and entirely vegan menus, event requirements are changing rapidly. From translation services or personalised tech experiences alongside the live environment, our attendees expect the same level of personalisation at events as on the high street. Meanwhile awards teams are still sending out forms to ask about dietary requirements in advance. Is our industry in need of a major overhaul in our approach to delivery or are we ahead of the game when it comes to driving innovation?

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Is it time for industry standardisation?

Hosted at the Confex International Trade Show at Excel London. With no official trade body the events industry has no set of standards for organisers to be able to compare and assess best practice. In an increasingly global market and an exploding expansion of our industry, is it time to get together and create some standards to enable easier comparison between venues, suppliers and events and guidelines for delivery to reduce admin and wastage across the board?

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