BREXIT GUIDANCE

Tourism Alliance WTM No Deal Brexit Q&A

UKHospitality and Tourism Alliance publish Brexit no-deal guidance

Government Brexit Business Readienss Bulletin

Business Readiness Fund - Provides grants of £25,000+ to trade and businesses associations to help businesses prepare for a No Deal Brexit

Guidance - Right to work checks on EU citizens if the UK leaves the EU without a deal

Policy Paper - No deal immigration arrangements for EU citizens arriving after Brexit

UK Music Guidance in the event of a no-deal Brexit

European Event Planning - An ABPCO Brexit toolkit

Positive Impact Events, UN and Partners SDGs Event Industry Survey.

For the first time since the UN announced the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, they will be holding a summit at the end of September, to assess progress on these goals towards their 2030 Agenda. And, they are inviting global industries to tell them what they, as the UN, can do to help each industry work towards the goals that have been set.

New tourism minister keen to work with industry

(Article first published here by M&IT on 25th January 2018) 

New tourism minister Michael Ellis is keen to develop a positive agenda for the events industry, according to Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP) chair Michael Hirst.

UKEVENTS Blog - Spring Budget: Raising the curtain on the UK events sector’s potential

By Michael Hirst OBE, Chair, UKEVENTS Working Group for Advocacy and Government Relations

Ahead of the Spring Budget on the 6th March 2024, it is important that UKEVENTS lays out its recommendations to His Majesty's Government on what the events industry can offer the United Kingdom. While the events industry continues to underpin so much in terms of cultural vitality, societal advancement and trade, there is much more it can offer the Government in terms of supporting its own policy agenda.

UKEVENTS confirms updated Executive Committee and Groups

UKEVENTS, the umbrella organisation for the UK events industry, is pleased to announce key changes to its executive committee.

End of Year Review from Chris Skeith, Chair of UKEVENTS

In the past 12 months, we've witnessed significant strides in defining our sector’s narrative. The events industry has experienced growth, yet challenges persist for the sector. Work on the eagerly awaited UK Events Report 2024 is underway, and the initial consensus is encouraging. However, it's crucial not to become complacent.