30 Euston Square recently questioned delegates and organisers on the ease of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The results show that 57% of attendees find it difficult or very difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle at events, signifying there is a need for healthier food choices.
Dubai’s tourism sector sustained the momentum of its strong 2017 start, with Dubai Tourism reporting a stellar 11 per cent increase in overnight visitation in the first three months of the year compared to the same period in 2016. January to March 2017 saw 4.57 million travellers visit the city, reflecting more than double the growth achieved in the first quarter of last year.
Last week (20 April), The Brewery, in partnership with charity FareShare, the food redistribution charity, delivered the National Council for Voluntary Organisations’ (NCVO) annual dinner at the Chiswell Street venue. The event challenged preconceptions of so called ‘food waste’ and for the first time in the dinner’s history created a course from surplus produce.
On Wednesday 19 April, IET London: Savoy Place hosted a Past & Future Events party for 200 guests, clients and suppliers at their state-of-the-art hub on London's Embankment. Celebrating pioneering events and looking ahead to the future of the industry, guests were treated to a festival of tech, courtesy of Eventhouse, for fun and games including VR Tennis, VR Skiing and a Batak Pro (the energetic reaction game) in the Riverside Room.
David Cameron and Jeremy Clarkson will be among the guest speakers at a charity dinner at Blenheim Palace to raise funds for a local children’s and young adults’ hospice.
Held in the Palace’s Great Hall and Saloon on May 4th, the charity event will include a silent auction and live music and aims to raise in excess of £50,000 for Helen & Douglas House.