After two years, the world of Major Events and Festivals are finally learning to coexist with the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The largest event ever held in the Arab world, Dubai EXPO 2020 is replete with innovative elements to leave attendees awe-struck.
Gig Nation takes a small glimpse at emerging concepts and changes within the applications and software of events technology.
We’ve compiled a list of some new and improved training courses across the industry that could help you upskill and level up your career.
For this October Special Feature, we ponder the question "Are virtual events just part of the 'new normal' now?"
Today we're shining a spotlight on the next generation, the ones to watch, the future leaders of our industry across Australia.
From simple navigation to augmented reality, adding tech to your event keeps attendees engaged and adds to an unforgettable experience.
I would love to be around in 100 years to see what music festivals and live events look like then.
We chat with sustainable waste management experts Clean Vibes and go behind the scenes with them on one of their projects.
We chat with fabric and textile experts ShowTex and Pattons about shopping for eco-friendly fabrics to suit venues and events.
A guide to a number of reuse and recycle initiatives across the country that will take and upcycle much of your event or event business waste.
A special venue feature about how the ICC Sydney is helping to save the planet, one plastic water bottle at a time.
Whether touring a full production or travelling install crews for a specific gig, sustainable travel should be standard business practice.
We look at the Australian festivals leading the way in making greener events more of a standard business practice.
A special feature for our September environmental issue, we declare glitter is out, and eco alternatives are in.