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Double amputee mountaineer Mark Inglis delivers life transformation session at EEMAGINE 2017

Mark Inglis, an adventurer and survivor, spoke at the 10th anniversary of EEMA’s annual convention EEMAGINE on 10 September 2017 about his deadly encounter with fate. His inspirational story is one of hope, determination and survival.

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India's 10 event service providers who have stood the test of time

When the crowd cheers aloud for an encore, the stars pull off a great performance, and that sold-out show! The moment when all the lighters are lit to a favourite song resulting in an experience cherished a lifetime. There is a lot of effort that goes on behind making it all happen. The complete sta

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The Indian experiential sports marketing framework demystified

Engaging with consumers in a more meaningful and personal manner is a key directive for most brand managers today. The exciting new developments in Indian amateur sports market are opening up one big opportunity for brand managers to engage their prized consumers through a topic that they are passio

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"We started with Rs 7500 between three of us", Sabbas Joseph reveals the untold success story of Wizcraft

A torch bearer for the events industry, Sabbas Joseph, founder of Wizcraft, is among the most influential figures in Indian events and entertainment. The man behind milestone events like IIFA, Michael Jackson Live in concert, Commonwealth Games, India's 50 years of Independence celebrations and Glob

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Procam's Vivek Singh retraces first 15-year leg of the Mumbai Marathon

The Mumbai Marathon has witnessed many changes in the formats, runners and sponsorships but one thing that has remained consistent in the last 14 years was title sponsor Standard Chartered. The 15th year marks a milestone for the iconic race as it bids adieu to Standard Chartered and embraces Tata G

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We aim to be an accessible event space for all- Asad Lalljee, Curator, The Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House, Mumbai, now one of the last remaining Baroque structures in the city, reopened after 23 years in October 2016. With this, the Royal Opera House, Mumbai re-established itself as a performance space of international quality, a cultural venue with a total seating capacity of 575

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GST: Event community in the lurch?

With the capability of servicing 300 crore invoices in a month, the GST bill will immediately see 80 lac people migrating onto its network. But as the country tries to make sense of perhaps the most monumental development in taxation seen by post-independent India, the event industry braces itself f

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I would like to retire from my hands-on role at DNA: Venkat Vardhan, founder, DNA Networks

It is difficult to even attempt to put together a three decade journey of an entrepreneur who is also a pioneer in a then sun-rise industry called 'event management' into an article of few words. And yet when the opportunity to meet and interact with the game-changer who has always been low-profile

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We understand the need and continue to experiment and reinvent- Sujit Kayal, Dancesmith

Started in September 2012 as an experimental performing arts group, Dancesmith soon tweaked its form and began producing Bollywood style performances of international standards to meet India’s growing appetite for Bollywood entertainment.

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Kasauli Rhythm & Blues organizers recommend 6 music festival essentials

Genesis Foundation’s Kasauli Rhythm & Blues Festival at the undulating hills of Kasauli is just around the corner. While you would have begun packing your hip attires to make a style statement on the three-day trip, festival organizers suggest a few additions to your list so that you can enjoy your

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