As a result of this research it means eventmagazine.co.uk is now going to be bringing you more news with its daily bulletin; a number of specialist bulletins focusing on new venues, packages, what's hot products and services and movers and shakers in the industry; a variety of online only features, pictures galleries from high-profile events in action, and exclusive videos from live events ranging from international exhibitions and experiential campaigns to award ceremonies and product launches.
We are, of course, asking for something in return, but only what we believe represents a fair exchange. And, happily for you, it's still free.
If you read our news daily, which many of you do, and wish to access our in-depth reports and analysis, receive news and jobs updates via email, or are an active member of the Event community, you will be asked to register.
Given that more than 35,000 of you are already registered, and casual readers are unlikely to reach the metered limit on news, for the majority the changeover will be seamless. For those not already registered, we've made the process as quick and easy as possible, and unlimited access to our network of market-leading websites remains free.
We don't believe that a few minutes of your time is too much to ask to help us continue offering the value from Eventmagazine.co.uk, which in turn enables us to deliver a better experience to our readers.
We hope you enjoy exploring the site and the changes, immediate and gradual, you encounter. There will be ample opportunity to let us know what you think, good or bad, and we will attempt to fine-tune the experience based on your feedback. Contact any of the team, you'll find their details here, or join the ever-growing list of users who comment regularly on the Event website.
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