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BVEP Covid 19 Partner & Media Briefing (5 Feb 2021)

The BVEP has prepared a Covid 19 Partner & Media Briefing to summarise the actions taken by BVEP since the beginning of the pandemic, with a focus on the key activities carried out between November 2020 and January 2021. 

APPG for Events and BVEP Submit Recommendations to the Covid Recovery Commission

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Events (APPG) and the Business Visits & Events Partnership (BVEP), have today submitted a series of recommendations to the Covid Recovery Commission.

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Government says lap dancing clubs are worth saving but inbound tourism isn’t

The Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP), Coach Tourism Association (CTA), Confederation of Passenger Transport (CTP UK), English UK, ETOA, Tourism Alliance and UKinbound have collectively expressed their despair and disbelief that Government has again chosen to deny businesses in the inbound tourism sector, which generated £28.4 billion in export earnings for the UK economy in 2019, access to the latest Covid-19 support.

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BVEP Submits Budget Request to Government to Support Recovery of the UK Events Industry

The Business Visits & Events Partnership (BVEP) has today submitted a budget request to the Treasury ahead of the planned budget announcement on 3rd March 2021, in an effort to secure long term targeted support to aid the recovery of the industry.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment

As part of the Business Visits and Events Partnership’s (BVEP) vision to support sustainable growth for the UK Events Industry, it strives to encourage diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).

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Diversity and Inclusion

The Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP) are committed to increasing inclusion and diversity in the UK events industry. Focus is currently on those working in some capacity in events. An initial workshop was held by Ashanti Bentil-Dhue of Diversity Ally (https://www.diversityally.co.uk/) to explain diversity and inclusion and the need for action rather than just words. This was followed up by a series of virtual workshops to understand the current situation and agree actions for change. These workshops were run using Axis (https://www.axis-workshops.com), a digital platform for workshop-based collaboration.

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