ISES lifts lid on jobs offensive

The International Special Events Society (ISES) has unveiled a campaign to improve training and long-term career opportunities.

The International Special Events Society (ISES) has unveiled a campaign to improve training and long-term career opportunities. Last month’s launch at the Houses of Parliament was attended by 120 ISES members who were addressed by Labour MP Martin Linton and ISES marketing vice-president Richard Beggs. Linton said tourism minister Kim Howells and parliamentary under-secretary for adult skills John Healey had indicated support for the society’s efforts. “There is a lack of professionalism in the front line of our industry,” said Beggs. “The events industry is a vital part of the UK economy and we should strive to attract personnel who are qualified to meet the challenge.”

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