So long to 2016

Published on November 29, 2016

It’s been an eventful year, to say the least in the grand scheme of things. Political unrest, economic downturn and more than our fair share of farewells to some of our idols. But, although the world may seem to be having a metaphorical seizure, we’re View Article

YouTube takes to the stage

Published on November 22, 2016

Working with the Live Entertainment sector’s key figures, we are privvy to the latest developments in the industry in regards to event management, technology, software and trends that the industry is constantly improving upon to enhance the audience experience. But, something that our delegates also View Article

Take that, advertising.

Published on August 22, 2016

It seems every year, as Summer draws to a close, we are living in fear of the first person to drop the dreaded ‘C’ word – Christmas. Some years it feels like the seasonal aisle in the local supermarkets appears before we’ve had a chance View Article

Michael Jackson UK Tribute Act – An 8 year old’s first gig

Published on August 17, 2016

Local Sussex radio station, More Radio, each year hosts the Summer garden party for residents of the seaside town of Worthing, offering a mix of local talent and national tribute acts – known as the More Radio Live! show. This summer, the headline act offered View Article

A very cheesy time in Italy!

Published on July 29, 2016

This week the XP team set off to spend a few days in Poggioni, Italy for the annual team Summer Party. It was the most wonderful time we’ve ever had – and today we have been looking through the photos, whilst shedding a little tear View Article

The XP team does Tuscany!

Published on July 22, 2016

We hate to brag, but we can’t help but feel a lilttle bit smug about our choice of employers right now – as this weekend we fly out to beautiful, sunny Tuscany for the annual Xperiology Summer Party! Xperiology was originally based solely in the View Article

Spotted out: clever marketing ideas

Published on July 21, 2016

Being new to the marketing world, I’m still finding it fascinating how many of the encounters we have in public places have actually been orchestrated to either convince us we need a product or service, or perhaps more cleverly, convince us to willingly promote someone View Article

A right royal Invitation

Published on June 23, 2016

In a world where digital ticketing technologies are accelerating at such a pace, it’s great to embrace the convenience of mobile tickets and cashless payments – BUT it’s also refreshing to be pulled back to basics from time to time and receive a real-life, physical View Article

Project update: Flower beds and Paint

Published on June 22, 2016

There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing real progress start to take shape during a project and so a little update today gives exaclty that – because paint is finally going on the walls! The colour of the front of the house has been a sticking View Article

D’yathinkhesawus Rex?

Published on June 14, 2016

Our hometown of Brighton never ceases to impress me with its constant efforts to improve visitor experience in the city. This weekend we came across an unusual past time tucked away in Brighton Marina Village. It can be tough to keep an 8 year old View Article

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