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Do your meetings and events really make good business sense?

With the right strategy and technology in place, bringing customers and staff together can drive savings and efficiencies across a business

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Disruption threat to effective meetings

Research specially commissioned for Warwick Conferences reveals that disruption during meetings isn’t just annoying, it can greatly reduce their effectiveness, says Rachael Bartlett, author of Warwick Conferences’ Value of Satisfaction report

Sound advice when you need it most

Selling a business can be one of the most joyous moments in life. It can also be one of the most challenging. The deal is signed. The champagne corks have popped. And the cohort of advisers head for the exit, leaving the entrepreneur alone to contemplate their new situation

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Backing the UK’s event organisers

The UK’s events industry is well placed to boost its contribution to the economy, but challenges remain

Assurance and trust in the cloud

Although the popularity of cloud computing is increasing rapidly, potential customers may perceive security barriers that are inhibiting wider adoption of services, says Daniele Catteddu, Cloud Security Alliance managing director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Learn to let go: the new reality for brands

For generations marketers have been trained to think and act in a certain way with brand and reputation management – now that schooling is fast becoming obsolete, says Thomas Brown, director of strategy and marketing at the Chartered Institute of Marketing

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