We are happy to announce our brand new podcast show! Join us as we speak to Event Industry Professionals! Listen to our podcast to learn more about the live events industry, get advice and event industry insights!
How volunteering led to a full time position at the Commonwealth Games! | An inspiring event story!
Join us in a brand new podcast with Bethany Baristow-Morris!
Bethany is an Events Management BA (Hons) graduate from Staffordshire University. She has been working in the Events and Visitor Attraction industry for 4 years in a combination of seasonal, permanent and placement roles, both paid and voluntary.
Straight after finishing her Events Management degree, Bethany took a freelance role with Birmingham opening/closing ceremony and was a key member of the team, taking her to work in the logistics department of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. She has recently taken on a new role as Visitor Experience Assistant Manager at the World of Wedgwood.
In this podcast we speak to Bethany about her experiences at university and how she managed to get a paid position at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
Logistics // Graduation // Commonwealth Games 2022 // Event Graduate
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About International Institute of Live Events
The International Institute of Live Events came into formation to produce industry ready online courses in live events. With a vision and mission to incapsulate education with the commercial world of live events. The IIOLE is created by accomplished academics and practitioners who have published extensively within the field of live events management. They have an unprecedented and accumulative experience as practitioners and educators in live events that spans 80 years.
From education to working on mega events, a conversation with Sofia Morana
We have a great new podcast in which we speak to Sofia Moanora, one of the stage managers at EXPO 2022. What is unique about Sofia's story, she graduated in 2018 and has already worked on a range of mega events. This is a truly inspiring podcast that shows how education has allowed Sofia to take on high profile projects with confidence and maturity.
Sofia is a Stage Management & Live Events Production graduate. She has been working in the events industry for the past 7 years in various freelance and full time positions. After graduating from University with a BA in Stage Management in 2018, She began working as an events director for care homes before moving to the UAE to begin working as a project coordinator. After working over a number of large scale events and exhibitions she is now an experienced stage and events manager in both the UAE and KSA.
James Pemblington - Projects and Event Production Specialist
Our latest podcast with James Pemblington - Projects and Event Production Specialist.
In this episode James talks to us about his experience in the Live Event Industry with a focus on Event Production and his time working at Alton Towers.
His experiences include Entertainments Projects and Events Manager at Alton Towers, Hire Manager and he’s as also toured with a band as a freelance engineer. Find out more about James here HireJP.com
Virtual Events. How technology can inspire your event
If you are looking to create a virtual event then you need to listen to this episode! How technology can inspire your event. We speak to Shannon Harvey who is a freelance creative, academic and influencer working in digital media and lighting across many sectors.
He lead the Research department Production Park on the advancement of new ideas, services and facilities to deliver creative and technical solutions for Brilliant Stages and associated companies.
Events can take place during a pandemic (Restart19 Findings)
Welcome to the International Institute of Live Events podcast. In this episode we talk about the key findings that have been published following an experiment in Germany that aimed to show how coronavirus travels at indoor events. The overview of the key results from the experiment shows that the total number of contacts lasting several minutes is relatively low during the event and can be considerably reduced through hygiene concepts, and that a higher number of contacts occur during admission to the venue and in the breaks.
Introduction to virtual events from a client perspective.
Welcome to the first ever IIOLE Podcast! In this first episode we speak to Shannon Harvey of Creative Alchemy One and Klean Dalton of Lucid Technologies.
This episode is about virtual events from a clients prospective and what clients should expect when thinking and creating a virtual event for their business or brand.
Shannon Harvey has more than a decade of experience in developing products and projects for entertainment, installation and architectural visual experiences. He has worked for Carnegie Mellon, Philips, amBX, Integrated Theater Systems, United Visual Artists and disguise in research, development, product management, technical sales, project & account management, show production and creative design.