News - September 2011

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Comedians for Christmas?

Comedians for Christmas?

30 September 2011 If you want to give your guests, delegates or colleagues a really good laugh at your event this Christmas, you need to give these chaps a look... [Read full news article]
The Sound of Gravity shortlisted for The Boardman Tasker Prize 2011

The Sound of Gravity shortlisted for The Boardman Tasker Prize 2011

21 September 2011 We are pleased to announce that Joe Simpsons new novel The Sound of Gravity has been nominated for The Boardman Tasker Prize. [Read full news article]
Joe Simpson - Official Agent - 'The Sound of Gravity'

Joe Simpson - Official Agent - 'The Sound of Gravity'

20 September 2011 After several highly successful autobiographical books since Touching the Void, Joe Simpson motivational speaker has written an incredible novel entitled “The Sound of Gravity”. A harrowing, dramatic and powerful tale of love, loss and redemption, as a haunting, split-second memory changes the course of a lifetime, with twists and turns that surprise and even shock the reader. This literary masterpiece will be published on 29th September 2011 [Read full news article]

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Manchester-based live communications agency WRG has announced job cuts in its UK team and also the closure of its office in Qatar later this year.
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Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre's (AECC) managing director Brian Horsburgh has announced his retirement after 18 years with the organisation.
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Plans to relocate The Brighton Centre are disjointed and will lead to major traffic headaches, according an event organiser in the city.
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International Convention Centre (ICC) Birmingham has secured a new contract to host Community Care Live for 2015 and 2016.
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With turnover at '188m and print less than half of total sales for the first time, Haymarket publisher says its focus will tighten on online and live events.
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