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This issue of Eventline kicks off a new feature, showcasing the talented event professionals who share their skills with attendees at The Special Event. We're proud to start first things first with William P. Miller, the ever-stylish head of L.A.-based WP Miller Special Events.
First Protocol, a global events agency operating from offices in New York, London, Los Angeles and Singapore, announced yesterday that it has rebranded the company and introduced a new name, logo and brand identity. Effective immediately, First Protocol will be known as FIRST.
From the glow of gold to the beat of tribal patterns, from layering to jewel tones, here are some of the top decor trends, according to event rental companies on the 19th annual Special Events "30 Top Rental Companies."
The new line of flames from Fortune Products includes the Inferno (39 inches wide), Bonfire (24 inches wide) and Campfire (15 inches wide). All models have adjustable LEDs, powerful low-noise fans, spare "flame" silk, a self-contained case, and low-voltage operation. The units don’t generate heat and do not require replacement of halogen bulbs, the company says.
As Special Events Eventline noted last week, many of the big DMCs profiled in the latest Special Events"25 Top DMCs" tell us that they have been putting greater focus on security planning in their work for clients (