- The last episode of the biggest spending game show will air in Autumn
- Channel 4 say Noel Edmonds is working on a range of new programmes
- A Deal or No Deal Tour will hope to 'reach new audiences'
Here at Mash Staffing, we believe that finding the right promotional staff for any campaign is a bit of an art form - one that requires thought, clear processes, and the right balance between work and fun. After all, there’s no reason festival work shouldn’t be both - but it’s important to plan ahead, and make sure you’ve got exactly the right type of staff on board for this kind of event.
While festival work can attract people who are there for the party atmosphere, working at a festival is no easy task. It can be physically demanding, with long hours and no real home comforts - which can mean untrained staff find themselves there for very much the wrong reasons.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) August 18, 2016
When planning to exhibit your company’s wares to potential customers, you might initially reckon that booking a space at a large, pre-arranged exhibition, where lots of other businesses will also be vying for attention, would be the best option.
However, before going ahead with that, you should consider the benefits of holding your own event. There are several such benefits; however, it remains crucial for you to plan the event carefully to make the most of those advantages.
A special ‘Dragon’s Den’ style competition held recently (10th August 2016), saw a group of young entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas in front of a panel of business leaders and major organisations.
There to launch the event and motivate the participants, was the first ever BBC Apprentice winner, Tim Campbell, MBE.[pictured]
Ocean has launched its Rio 2016 sports coverage across its full motion city and roadside out of home screens with highlights of inspirational performances featuring Team GB competitors. [more…]