With five weeks left until the Event Production Show, companies are being urged to book fast to not miss out on showcasing their products and services at the event.

The event, which will take place 28 February – 1 March at Olympia, is currently at 93 per cent capacity, but stands can still be arranged.

The Event Production Show has also reported that it is 12 per cent up on visitor registration compared to this time last year, doubling visitor registration each week compared to 2017. 

Event director Duncan Siegle said: “Everything in front of us is indicating an outstanding event next month – registration is up on the same stage as last year, with some fantastic companies intending to come along, and the floorplan is filling up daily – it really feels like the industry has started 2018 on the front foot and sees EPS as a real business opportunity for everyone involved.  We are about to go live with our two theatres of content as well and I expect a further positive reaction to the topics and speakers we have lined up.  I’d recommend anyone looking to bolster their order books for 2018 and beyond to get in touch now to ensure they don’t miss out on this year’s show.”

Content at this year’s Event Production Show will include topics on whether live music can save the music industry, mitigating the terrorism threat, further exploration on the secondary ticketing market and how independent festivals are fighting back as well as more hands on education on social media, health and safety, GDPR and how to protect your business.