Associations have increasingly unrealistic expectations of professional congress organisers (PCOs), according to one of the industry’s most outspoken stalwarts.
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Since the demise of the British Surfing Association (BSA) UK surfing has for the last few years suffered without a unified organisation standing up for it.
The National Association of Head Teachers, representing 28,500 heads, has joined the Trades Union Congress.
The trade association that represents companies responsible for handling much of the UK’s visible trade is warning that a severe shortage of HGV drivers could wreak havoc with deliveries in the lead up to the Christmas peak.
The Charity Retail Association has appointed Martin Blackwell, head of the Association of Town & City Management, as its next chief executive.
The associations, which became affiliated in 2011, will again become independent next year. The groups say the move will allow them to focus on their core strengths.
Inadequate information, reticence to share project details and fundamental differences between commercial needs, were all highlighted as barriers to the successful organisation of association events in the UK during a panel-led debate organised by The Association of British Professional Conference Organisers (ABPCO) at The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre recently.
In an industry whose success lies on reputation, reputation, reputation, there’s no place for complacency. Efficient and engaging employees, high standards of cleanliness and hygiene, adherence to the law and excellent customer service; these are the basics of any successful hospitality or tourist business.