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Michael Hirst, chair of the BVEP, says the research highlights partner organisations' key concerns

Brexit could hamper investment in event industry, says BVEP research

The amount of investment made in the event industry and the level of events attracted to the UK are likely

Claire Gapper from Brand Brewery discusses the issues that might impact the events industry following a Brexit

Blog: How might a Brexit affect the events industry?

Claire Gapper, managing director, Brand Brewery, discusses the potential impact a Brexit could have on the UK events industry, and

Claims the 'Jungle' migrant camp could be moved to the Uk have been labelled 'fear mongering' (Photo credit: Georgina Coupe)

Why there is no alternative to 'fear-mongering' for the EU Remain campaign

Accusations of fear-mongering are flying thick and fast and threatening to tear apart the Government, but does the EU referendum's

Richard Reed has warned against the dangers of Brexit

Brexit would expose British brands to 'insane' red tape, says Richard Reed

Richard Reed, Innocent co-founder and deputy chair of Britain Stronger in Europe, argues Britain leaving the EU would create 'insane'

Skype: name and bubble logo could confuse consumers, according to EU court ruling

Skype told again by EU that name and logo too similar to Sky

Skype's name is too similar to broadcaster Sky's and could confuse consumers into thinking the two companies are related, according

Alcoholic drinks: pressure mounting on drinks industry to introduce calorie labelling

Majority of consumers think alcohol labelling should state calorie content, claims RSPH

The Royal Society for Public Health is putting pressure on alcoholic drinks brands to introduce calorie information on their labelling,

Nicolas de Santis, president, Gold Mercury

Marketing the EU brand: where Europe has fallen short

As voters prepare to take to the polls tomorrow and choose their European representatives, Nicolas de Santis, president of Gold

Marketers face price of greater consumer privacy

Marketers face up to the price of greater consumer privacy

As the European Parliament takes a step closer to tightening the EU's laws on data and privacy, marketers must prepare

Neelie Kroes, vice president of the European Commission

Davos: 'Virtually every business is a digital business now'

Neelie Kroes, head of the European Commission's digital agenda, is in Davos to promote the EU's new drive to help

Cigarettes: EU cracks down on 'gimmicky' products

EU bans flavoured cigarettes in crackdown on 'gimmicky' tobacco products

The European Parliament has passed a draft law to make tobacco products less attractive to young people and which will