Have your say on creating a Policy Agenda for the UK events industry
About this consultation
This first stage consultation is being run by The Business of Events, an independent Think Tank for the UK events sector; an industry that has enormous economic and societal potential. Our primary role is to raise the importance and profile of events as an economic, policy, and community driver and to maximise the opportunities achieved by having a strong events sector.
The aim of this consultation is to gather sentiment among those owning, running, managing and working in the events industry, which will lay the foundation for a comprehensive Policy Agenda for the sector. It marks the first stage of the Policy Unit’s work and will close on 30th April 2023.
The responses to this consultation will be categorised into sub-sectors and discussed as part of a Policy Unit which will lead to the publication of multiple reports.
These reports will be reviewed by MPs sitting on the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Events, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and the Policy Unit’s Advisory Council.
How to respond
We have provided a list of suggested policy areas for you to consider when responding to this consultation. Our preference would be for you to respond via the online survey before the deadline of 14th April 2023.
We cannot accept postal responses to this consultation, but you may respond via email to Martin Fullard, Associate Director, News & Content, on email@example.com if you would prefer or if you experience any technical difficulties.
Additional activity will be organised by The Business of Events, and anyone interested in taking part in further discussions should email the above.
The Business of Events is run by Davies Tanner. Personal information such as names and emails will be kept on a database and used solely for updates to this consultation.
By completing the following consultation, you are consenting for The Business of Events (Davies Tanner)to process and store your information for the purpose of informing the events industry policy agenda, in line with the UK General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
All comments submitted in this consultation will be read and may be used or cited in subsequent reports. Submissions will be made available online. If you do not want your comments attributed to your name or published then please check the appropriate box when prompted.
If we have consent to use your personal data, you have the right to remove it at any time. If you would like to remove consent, please contact us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org