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Make your events accessible

Make your events accessible

With as much as 15% of the world’s population and 7.5% of South Africa’s population having disabilities, why wouldn’t you make your events fully accessible? Lynn McLeod remembers going to the movies in the 80s with her wheelchair-bound mother. “It was quite a... read more
Safety proof your event in 2019

Safety proof your event in 2019

As an event organiser, part of your portfolio is to ensure the security of both your attendees and your staff. The bigger your event, the more important health and safety (SHEQ) become, but even for small events, it should still be a consideration. It is important to... read more
Mitigating the risks

Mitigating the risks

The potential hazards posed within the events industry may not seem to be much reason for concern at first, but health and safety should be at the forefront of any gathering where a significant number of people are expected. The Global Citizen concert made headlines... read more
Off the Grid Conferencing

Off the Grid Conferencing

Should conference delegates be able to use their personal digital devices during meetings or is it just plain rude?    With the advent of smart phones, smart watches, tablets and free, fast Wi-Fi, the conference environment has become a haze of digital noise and... read more

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