An Audit into the Mental Health Well-Being of the Events Industry

This audit set out to measure the mental health well-being of the events industry. The UK events industry is a multi-billion pound contributor to the United Kingdom economy, worth £42.3 billion in 2018, and is considered one of the most stressful in business.

The hypothesis this audit sets out to conclude is: “The events industry ‘people’ are under immense stress and there is no cogent machinery to support employees, managers and directors/owners”

This study will also suggest eclectic solutions that will be grouped into three categories: Must, Should and Could.

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Event Planning Guide

Are you looking to plan your own event but have no idea where to start? Let us make that a whole lot easier for you with our free event planning guide. We have created this guide to help you plan, organise and execute the perfect event. Use this guide to work through all of the questions you may be asked, and to determine what you want from your event.

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Event Finance Checklist

As with any event, ensuring you have accurate costings and a checklist for them is paramount. After all, you don’t want to go over your budget! We have compiled the most common costings for an event and put them into a handy checklist for you to use with both budgeted and actual cost columns.

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Seating Layout Plan

Tables come in all shape and sizes and knowing the best ways to seat your guests at tables will help you maximise the space in your venue.

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