I’m off to this on Tuesday – should be a great day out.
PS – you can now also read my Wharf columns online.
I’m setting sail from the calm blue waters of the Wharf next week to take a trip down to beautiful Bristol. I’m speaking at a rather interesting conference for anyone who [...]
I had a great time yesterday on the panel session at this enormous recruitment fair at the Business Design Centre in London. It was great to see the enthusiasm from all of the attendees, as I imagine it must be easy to become discouraged if you’re currently job hunting. Where to get experience and what [...]Read more
From this week’s “The Wharf” –
In these times of heightened economic tension (surely Robert Peston is going to be off most people’s Christmas card lists this year?), energy is never far from the front pages. Whether it’s the continued depletion of traditional sources of fuel like coal, oil and gas, or controversy about the [...]
As you may have seen in Event Magazine, we are delighted to announce that Seventeen are working with London Met University to sponsor a competition for their event management students. All funds raised will go to children’s charity Barnardos.
Read the full story here.
We’re very proud to have reached another milestone in the history of Seventeen Events – our third birthday! It doesn’t seem possible that the time has gone so quickly and we are delighted to have got where we are so quickly. Some of the highlights of the past year have been:
– launching BS8901 and [...]
Went to the opening of the Frieze Art Fair last night in Regent’s Park – all slightly bewildering. I like challenging, conceptual modern art as much as the next man – as long as the next man is Liam Gallagher. There were definitely some interesting bits and pieces though, particularly form the Lisson Gallery, and [...]Read more
I had an amazing experience last night when I joined the audience for one of my favourite TV shows, Question Time. This week it was being filmed in Hackney, and the panel included Ken Clarke, Chris Huhne, John Denham and the Bishop of Rochester. It was certainly a lively debate with the current financial turmoil [...]Read more