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Event Wellbeing Week is now a month-long event

This years #EventWell20 campaign is set to be extended into a month-long programme and will begin on the 1st September 2020.

Mobile Mental Health Support Unit

Former bodyguard and best-selling author Robin Barratt has launched a pioneering mobile mental health support service.

On The Frontline: Texperience

Thakaidzwa Doran, Managing Director at Texperience, explains to The Crowd Magazine how his business played an integral role in maintaining crowd safety at the largest supermarket on Curaçao

On The Frontline: One Team Event Safety

Jonathan Hill, Managing Director at One Team Event Safety, gives The Crowd Magazine his reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as some ideas for the industry

On The Frontline: The Indian Police Service

Kulwant K. Sarangal, a Senior Officer in the Indian Police Service, tells The Crowd Magazine about the challenge of managing crowds and enforcing the law during the pandemic

On The Frontline: Safety Fire & Rescue Solutions

Welcome to the fourth article from The Crowd Magazine’s “On The Frontline” series. Paul Unsworth from Safety Fire Rescue & Solutions talks about how the company supported key power generation sites during the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown

On The Frontline: Phoenix Events East

Adam Harding from Phoenix Events East Limited describes to The Crowd Magazine how the company have positioned themselves to come out of the pandemic stronger than before

On The Frontline: Red Badge Group

Andy Gollings, CEO at Red Badge Security, informs The Crowd Magazine on the actions they’ve taken to support businesses across New Zealand throughout the pandemic

On The Frontline: Newman Event Services

In the first of a series of articles from July’s special edition of The Crowd Magazine, Dean Newman at Newman Event Services talks us through how the business has adapted in light of Covid-19

Events Industry Forum Announcement

The Event Industry Forum (EIF) and the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) have agreed the guidance necessary to restart parts of the UK’s outdoor events industry.