Interviews

At a time when events by tlc is celebrating its 15th anniversary, we talked with its leader Diogo Assis, considered by some Portuguese entities as one of the "40 Business Leaders of the Future". Events by tlc has won national and international awards and is present in Portugal, Brazil, Spain and Florida. We went to find out the secret to this success.

In a city booming with events, Marriott Prague is a landmark in the Czech capital. We chatted with William Boulton Smith, the hotel manager.

The newly elected president of IACC (the association that represents small or medium size venues) for Europe, Lotta Boman, shares with Event Point her mandate strategy and the way she sees the industry.

The Secretary of State for Tourism, Ana Mendes Godinho, in an interview with Event Point regarding Bea World, says there is capacity throughout the country to hold events.

TTG Asia Media director, responsible for organising the Bangkok exhibition, pointed out in an interview with Event Point that one of the challenges in the Asia-Pacific region is fragmentation, which forces air transport.

The director of the Barcelona Convention Bureau says that no event has been cancelled.

The president of the Bea World jury, which will meet this November in Porto, shared with Event Point the expectations for the next edition of the awards, and the experience of being responsible for Lego events for Central Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Luca Favetta is one of the most impressive names in the events industry in Europe.