yal Show is one of the longest running events in South Africa. It begun in 1851- and has been going ever since. In fact, recent attendance figures showed that, each year up to a quarter of a million people visited the 9 day event.
g Professionals International has partnered with Destination Marketing Association International to incorporate DMAI’s Destination Finder into its Web site, MPIweb.org.
pon a time, meeting attendees had pretty minimal meal choices—generally chicken or beef, and if they didn’t like it, they ate around it or got their meals outside of the ballroom.
than one in five event marketing executives believe they are “very effective” in creating a viral impact from their events—extending their reach and visibility through social media sharing.
Pumpkin Festival event manager Ruth Sterling expressed frustration and anger with the city council’s finance, organization and personnel committee when discussing the festival’s $30,000 overdue bill with the city Thursday night.
ly colored hair, glow sticks and a tendency to get wild might be the only things some students associate with electronic dance music genre; however, for freshman environmental science and political science double major Cae Odell, this is just skimming the surface.
summer, tens of thousands of people across Australia revel in live outdoor music, staying for a day or pitching their tents for a weekend. When the music dies, however, what’s left may be less appealing – a churned-up landscape with tonnes of food and drink packaging, a sea of discarded possessions and overflowing portable toilets.
s-section of rock, indie, pop and dance performers will perform at the ‘metropolitan two-day show’ in May 2015.
alf of the International Water Resources Association the XVth World Water Congress will be held from the 25th to 29th May 2015 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), Edinburgh in cooperation with the Scottish Government.
l experts have said Australia’s zero-tolerance approach towards drug-taking at music festivals is putting young lives at risk during a special investigation by the ABC’s prominent 7.30 Report, aired last night.