This Weeks Most Popular Discoveries For Friday 28th October

This Weeks Most Popular Discoveries For Friday 28th October

There has been a lot of political turmoil in the last few weeks, with Liz Truss resigning and the appointment of Rishi Sunak as the UK’s new prime minister. Obviously the event industry has reacted and holds high hopes that the change in government will lead to better support.

While there has been political interest in the last seven days, other topics seem to be more popular. For example, the most read discovery comes from EventsCase and discusses catering in the UK and Spain. While the post by Access All Areas comes at position 7 and covers the reaction by the live music industry to Rishi Sunak’s new position.

Which of these posts is the most interesting to you? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.

1Top 5 Event Suppliers for Catering in the UK and SpainEventsCase
2What’s your email security awareness score?Zoho Blog
3How To Develop Employee-Centric Culture In HotelsBigfoot Hospitality
4Considerations for Choosing Travel Management Software and ServicesThe Latest from Traxo
5Future Hospitality Summit returns to Riyadh from 28 February to 2 March 2023Hospitality Net Industry News
6Many Planners Are About to Get Even BusierMeetingsNet
7Live music industry reacts to Rishi Sunak as Prime MinisterAccess All Areas
8What beam would like Rishi Sunak and the Chancellor to dobeam
9A marketing lesson on beer from the MigrosHospitality Net Industry News
10The 8 Best Video Production Companies in LincolnPeerspace

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Previous weeks ‘most popular discoveries’ can be found below and don’t forget to leave a comment regarding your favourite discovery. If there is a site you think is missing or should be included then please get in touch.