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Festival of Quilts 2018

Festival of Quilts 2018, Birmingham NEC

August may seem an odd time to be preoccupied with quilts, especially after the scorching Summer we’ve been experiencing. But quilts have been at the forefront of our minds here at BBEL over recent weeks as we prepared for the Festival of Quilts 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham, which opened today (9 August 2018).

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Bills Book of Events Physical Copies

Announcing Bill’s Book of Events – for Events Pros and Novices

I’ve spent more than 25 years working in the events logistics industry. Over that quarter of a century, I think I’ve pretty much seen it all. Exhibitors who seem to get everything right and have a hugely successful time. and those who get one or two things wrong!

I thought it might be helpful to bring together some of the hints and tips I’ve collected into a short book for people involved in events.

Bill’s Book of Events is now available for free download.

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World Cup 2018 Football on the Penalty Spot

BBEL scores a World Cup winner

Wow! What a match!

If like me, you were covering your eyes during last night’s exciting shootout you might have missed Jordan Pickford’s magnificent save and Eric Dier’s winning penalty that secured England’s passage into the quarterfinals of the World Cup 2018.

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Client Events In Progress

Client events – 13 tips to make your seminars more successful

Organising your own client events may involve a lot more work than say, a webinar. But the opportunity to meet clients and potential clients face-to-face – with no competitors around to cramp your style – cannot be underestimated.

Of course, arranging your own event needs a lot of planning and preparation, but the results can make this more than worthwhile.

Here are a few tips to get you started.

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Team of event organisers in an Event Post-Mortem Meeting

How to run an event post-mortem

Whether your appearance at an event has been a stunning success or a disappointing failure (and the majority fall somewhere in-between), it’s always a good idea to have an event post-mortem. But how do you get the answers you need without raising hackles?

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