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Issue 104
  • Temporary structures contractors had mixed fortunes in 2010 but fared better than the wider events industry, and the sector is gearing up for further growth over the next year, according to a recent survey of MUTA members.

  • Recent media reports herald the end of festivals as we know it. But is all the ‘doom and gloom’ justified?

  • MLE Pyrotechnics, from Northamptonshire, won the 2011 British Firework Championships at Plymouth on 16th & 17th August, organised and run by TESA.

  • In the thick of it as ever, Event management and services company, E&MS sent us this report on their latest events

  • At the V Festival The Belgian company provided its tried and trusted 4-tower festival roof system, offering a performance area of 25m by 20m for headliners including the Arctic Monkeys, Plan B, Kaiser Chiefs, Rihanna and Eminem. A Stageco crew of nine were deployed, constructing the 500m² festival stages in four days, including two video wings supporting giant screens either side.

  • Latest developments

Event Organiser Magazine is the official journal of TESA (The Event Services Association), the UK body representing event organisers and suppliers to the industry. The magazine is published five times a year and distributed to key names in the trade.