San Francisco's long-suffering homeless epidemic is threatening to tarnish the city's reputation. Will an extra $30 million help lower the number of 'tent cities' and keep visitors coming back to one of America's culture capitals?
It’s that time of year where a new class of graduates will be hitting the job boards in search of their first stepping stone into the world of work. But, in this day and age, it isn’t easy for a graduate to land a job straight after graduation.
An elaborate VAT scam constructed by three members of the Copp family (Geoffrey, 55, his brother Andrew, 51, and son Joshua, 24) allowed them to live a life of pure excess, opulence and greed. Whilst enjoying the many gambling trips to Vegas casinos and posing on private jets with cash-loaded briefcases, foreign manual workers were…
Without the knowledge of other costs involved, the £2,000 stand you’ve just booked at your industry trade show looks like a really inexpensive way of generating new business. But is it really justifiable?
Here at Forum Events, our vast experience of synchronising business has taught us that networking is a highly beneficial method for expanding your knowledge, to become inspired by the success of your peers and to discuss innovative product offerings to potential new clients.
Now more than ever, customer communication methods are becoming varied and diverse. Trade exhibitions, social media platforms, focus groups and surveys, personalised email campaigns – the list is endless. But which methods will prove to be the most effective for your business?
If you’re coming to the next Total Security Summit (or if you’ve been to one before) you’ll know just how many opportunities there are to network with your industry peers.
With a majority of ‘expert’ advice on Expos being somewhat outdated or, like with many businesses, asserting too much emphasis on easy routes rather than methods that actually work, it’s no wonder people get frustrated and disconcerted when they are looking to effectively network and source new connections without it lessening quality time spent in…
Selfridges launching its winter wonderland on the first day of August was a shock to the system. Down came the swimming costumes and suntan lotion, and up went 50,000 Christmas decorations and fluttering faux snow.