Important Notice

 

Project Confidence

This cross association project, including the Association of Event Organisers (AEO), Association of Event Venues (AEV), and, the Event Supplier and Services Association (ESSA), was created to formulate and implement consistent, timely and relevant communications across the three sides of the events industry – event organisers, venues and suppliers - to inform and engage stakeholders on our work to facilitate the safe resurgence of events, at the earliest opportunity.

 

Objectives

 

  • Work collaboratively to create a comprehensive, rolling programme of communications to engage all stakeholders as we transition through recovery phases, providing the right information at the right time in the right manner.
  • Develop a common language and narrative, ensuring key messages are relevant and resonate with each stakeholder group, as well as reflective of current sentiment at each phase
  • Demonstrate, with transparency, that the events industry is taking an active role in its own recovery and is ready to manage the safe return of live events
  • Reinforce the value of the events industry; the need to safeguard it and why it’s important to prioritise its resurgence

 

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Data Sales

Hemming Group Ltd of London, England would like it to be known that following a recent spate of claims from organisations to be working with us on data related activities for our various events that we do not work with any organisation to market our data to third parties.

Hemming Group take very seriously our obligation to protect the personal information that we hold for companies and individuals. As such we have never sought to engage third parties to sell such data on our behalf.

Fairguide / Expo Guide

Similar to the recent activity we have been alerted to regarding data we would like to make it clear that Hemming Group do not have any relationship with Fairguide or Expo Guide who may contact you regarding listings on their products.

For clarification on any matter relating to events that we own or organise for acknowledged rights holders please contact A.Gaynor@hgluk.com.


Hotel Scams

We are aware of companies offering housing/hotel services that are contacting exhibitors, attempting to sell ‘discounted’ hotel rooms on behalf of the event organisers. If you receive a call of this nature we advise that you treat it as suspicious, hang up, and contact the organisers directly. Always contact any hotel you wish to book with directly to avoid being scammed. The official hotel agent will be clearly listed on the event website.

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