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Commissions vs. booking fees? Learn about an innovative platform to streamline commissions in business travel.

Michael Begley, MD of discusses the future of small meetings and how automation and online bookings will affect how venues work with MICE agents & event organisers.

SilverDoor share their insights into the HBAA's recent Serviced Apartment at the Park Regis Birmingham. 

We’re living in an era where the average person likes to eat smarter, live cleaner and exercise more so they can enjoy the benefits of a healthier life. On a day-to-day basis, people are becoming more aware of the benefits of wellness, but usually only when they have the time and, most importantly, are not surrounded by hundreds of delegates and a team of stressed clients.

Kim Myhre, Senior VP &of FreemanXP, challenges event organisers to think differently about events to engage audiences in a brand experience.

Our first Agency Engagement Meeting which took place in March 2017 at the Park Regis Hotel Birmingham was a roaring success!

In this episode of The Future in 15 Show, host Caleb Parker interviews HBAA member, James Rees, Executive Director of Conferences & Events for ExCeL.

In this episode of The Future in 15 Show, host Caleb Parker interviews HBAA member Alastair Stewart, MD of etc.venues.  Alastair talks about how he believes creative, bold venue design will play an important part in success of events in the future.  He gives us a peek into his company's client engagement strategy during the design process, and he shares his company’s top tech adoption, as well as the most popular use of tech by clients.

The Series Premier of The Future in 15 Show kicks off today, where we learn about a new online platform that enables the sharing of infrastructure for large meetings and events.  Show Host Caleb Parker interviews Damian Oracki, the Founder & CEO of Showslice in the punchy 15 minute format the show has been promising.

So the current trend is that our US friends across the pond are keen to book more events into the UK especially London due to the favourable exchange rate. I wonder if the recent terror attack will make them think twice, I sincerely hope not.  London is such a great location with a vibe that is unique to the City alone. With the exchange as it is London is a much more viable option over other European Cities.  I was at a recent event for over 2000 people in Copenhagen.