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#TakeTheTime to save time

#TakeTheTime to save time

Are you an event professional feeling overwhelmed by the never-ending demands of the industry? Are you tired of facing challenges like staff shortages, rising costs, and budget constraints? The Meetings Show, the UK's leading event for the meetings and events community, has got your back with their latest campaign, #takethetime.

This campaign encourages event professionals to find space in their diaries to attend the show and tackle their challenges head-on. By attending the show, event professionals will have the chance to discover cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternatives, reassess budgets, find ideal suppliers, stay ahead of current trends, and streamline the event planning process, all in just a matter of days.

Jack Marczewski, portfolio event director of The Meetings Show, TEAMS Europe and Business Travel Show Europe, said: “We understand the challenges faced by event professionals and know how hard it can be to take time out of the office. But our research shows that just a day or two at the show can be invaluable and have major benefits on the long-term success of your work life.

“Attending an industry-focused event provides the perfect opportunity to stop and think, to address pain points, discover useful new products and services and approaches to work that will save time in the future, while making valuable connections.

“At The Meetings Show, we understand that time is precious for everyone, so we focus on curating pertinent content for education sessions, attracting quality destinations, venues, and suppliers as exhibitors, and creating numerous networking opportunities. We really encourage the industry to #takethetime out of their usual routine and broaden horizons.”

Join The Meetings Show community on 28 and 29 June 2023, at ExCeL London, and take the first step in improving your professional life. #takethetime to save time.

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