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GDPR complaint Meeting & Event Planners Data by RGA RGA is the No. 1 supplier of marketing services to the Hospitality & Events Industry. Built on Values, Fueled by Data and Driven by Creativity.
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2022+ Our Vision: Keep It Local

Over the next couple of years event planning is set to become increasingly delegate-centric in terms of format, content and layout. Innovation, technology and sustainability will shape the meeting and events industry.

The pattern of growth experienced by the meetings industry brings with it the theorisation that location & transportation links are becoming increasingly important to buyers when differentiating between venues.

Travel to and from an event is the single biggest contributor to the event’s carbon footprint. It’s becoming more important that MiCE venues connect closely with professional MiCE buyers in the local region. In 2022, marketing campaigns targeting local corporations should emphasise that, by selecting a venue with good access links and easy for delegates to attend will reduce the “carbon footprint” of the event.

RGA produce a range of MiCE buyers’ databases, packaged by region and motorway routes.
Our current offer (available until 31/12/21), 10% discount on our off-the-shelf regional data. All RGA data is GDPR compliant (legal basis, legitimate interest) and identifies the contact details for targeting information directly to key MiCE buyers.

So, prepare now and be ready to grow your local business in 2022.

GDPR Data by RGA
We have served the MiCE Industry for over thirty years. Our team fully salaried and measures their service in years, not months. Each team member is a fully trained telephone research professional. Everyone has to comply with GDPR and the PECR, but we think direct marketing in the 21st Century should always be consistent with the culture of security and privacy.

Have you adjusted to the new data environment? As one of the UK's leading data - direct mail - telemarketing providers to the Business Meetings & Hospitality Industry, RGA will help you thrive in the new GDPR landscape. Much has changed, but, it may well result in creating an opportunity to communicate and connect more closely with "genuine" potential and established clients. Download Details or call +44 (0)845 605 2303


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The New Normal - Stage 4. Government guildlines, new management practices and technology, gives the attentive marketeer an edge when it comes to satisfying guests needs and ensuring future returns. Not to mention, making use of the array of hotel software and social tools that have recently entered the management landscape.

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“We’re Good To Go”

Official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

MIA Operating and building confidence in a risk-averse world

"Best practice: creating a COVID Secure environment for your customers and staff. As we enter Step 4 of the roadmap, we are urging the sector to move forward cautiously, with recognition that the government guidance, which covers a vast range of event types, leaves so much to the judgement of business operators".
|Prepared on behalf of the sector by the Meetings Industry Association - July 2021


17 August 2021, Guidance for people who work in settings related to events and visitor attractions.


12 JULY 2021, Guidance: Moving to Step 4 of the Roadmap.

BVEP Shape of Events Report

"It provides an insight into the complex eco-system that we all work in and how that complexity has impacted on our ability to manage many of the challenges that Covid-19 has thrown at us. Not least of these is the rapidly changing nature of the communications, regulations, guidance, and advice that we must cope with in order to prepare for and then deliver safe and compliant events once again across the UK".
|Produced by the Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP) - September 2021

The Tourism Recovery Plan

"In November 2020, as part of the first Global Travel Taskforce report, the UK government made a commitment to bring forward a Tourism Recovery Plan in 2021. 2021. This commitment was reiterated in the Prime Minister’s Spring Reopening Roadmap published in February.
|Prepared by Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport - June 2021


"As we proceed into Step 3 of the Government Roadmap from Monday 17 May, it remains essential that venues can provide the necessary safety reassurance to encourage customers to sign on the dotted line and book future business meetings and events".
|Prepared on behalf of the sector by the Meetings Industry Association - April 2021

UK Hotels Forecast 2020 — 2021, From endurance to recovery

"A volatile outlook into 2021.In the bleakest outlook since benchmarking began, hotel occupancy rates in 2021 are forecast to be 55% across the UK, and could take four years to return to pre COVID-19 levels."
|PWC Industry Forecast - October 2020.

Accessibility, diversity, and inclusion in the UK meetings industry

"The UK MICE sector is facing an unprecedented period of disruption in relation to the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of Brexit, the impacts of which may have far-reaching consequences in terms of equality and diversity."
|Journal of Cenvention & Event Tourism - September 2020

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