A typical WYSIWYG drawing
WYSIWYG

One of the most helpful bits of software we have here at R&B Group is something called WYSIWYG. Those who know their acronyms will know that stands for What You See Is What You Get and it sums up the software very well. Occasionally plans we receive from venues are not that accurate or surprisingly, […]

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The fifty-two-per-cent-ers… what does their decision mean for our events?

SO IT’S DONE! Whatever your view on the matter, Theresa May, our new Prime Minister has repeatedly said Brexit means Brexit! The appointment of brexiteer David Davis as Secretary of State for Exiting the EU would somewhat back that up, but what does it mean for our events industry as a whole? Immediately, there is […]

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Extra! Extra! Let’s step up a (Top) Gear!

  Like many people, I sat down to watch the new series of Top Gear this week. I’m no petrol-head, the list of cars that I’ve owned wouldn’t impress anyone, let alone Chris Evens or Matt Le Blanc, but I like the show. I had mixed thoughts on the show. Some bits I liked, some […]

pitfalls
Pitfall: (noun) a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty

For event managers there’s a lot to check off on your to-do lists. Venue, catering, sponsors, presenters, tickets, call R&B Group… the list seems endless. But it’s with the latter that you need to ensure you are in the hands of experts. A good AV supplier takes away your stress and an award winning AV supplier […]