Industry Articles (Blog)
About our blog
The EIAI Industry Articles Blog has two key aims: Disseminate relevant information – from our partners such as IFEA, to new research published, to new methods or technology that can enhance our work; and to open dialogue and debate within the industry on key issues that affect us all.
Over the coming months we will be adding articles to the blog section, we have added two to give you an example of the content that we’d like to include. By developing a resource that will keep our members up to date with all the latest happenings within the industry, we can collectively become a flagship country within the global events industry.
Like the rest of this website we want you to get involved – we’d love you to share your knowledge, ideas and insight. Blog submissions can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s on your mind?
EIAI is a community powered network, please use the comments section at the end of each post to share your thoughts and feedback, tell us about your own experiences, ask questions, pass on tips – you might just have the answer someone else is looking for. If you think the topic warrants a proper discussion bring it into your group forum.
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Please show your appreciation for posts and comments that you find helpful or interesting by clicking like or share!
It is easy to find what you’re looking for. Click on a blog category on the right hand side of each page!
Commenting is a great way to connect with others and share your point of view. We love a good debate, but we don’t like personal attacks, bullying or general rudeness. And it goes without saying that we’ll delete anything which could be construed as racist, sexist, homophobic or hate-speech in any other form. We’re all grown ups, so please be respectful, constructive and play nice!
Stay on topic
We understand that people have strong opinions, but it’s far easier for everyone to follow the conversation if you stick to the topic at hand.
Think before you share and don’t hand out personal information about yourself, anyone else or your events! This means no phone numbers, email or addresses or any other private stuff.
By spam, we mean comments that are clearly only made to advertise and link back to your own site, product, service or affiliate offer. These comments will be deleted, as will any illegal content, and we may also remove credits from your account. By all means leave a link to something that genuinely adds to the conversation, but make sure you explain the context. Otherwise we may assume that it’s spam and delete it.
Get In touch
We’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback on any aspect of the blog so if you want to get in touch, drop us a line on email@example.com.