Matt Trevett, founder of the award-winning Weybridge 10K, takes us through the challenges of launching and growing a new race with a digital-first focus.
Timer, race director and all-round race day ninja, Crisp McDonald, shares his tips for a smooth, stress-free race day.
How to collect race reviews and use them effectively in your race marketing - a chat with Alex Tanti (Racecheck.com) and Katie Ho (RaceRaves.com).
Timing software developer and DIY race timing expert, Brian Agee, on building and operating an open RFID race timing system.
How can we make endurance events greener and more sustainable? A discussion with industry veteran, Bruce Rayner.
MMU's Marcel Altenburg walks us through the golden rules for efficient race starts: from waves and start line widths to start pen participant densities.
Ben Pickel of Life Time Events on finding and approaching sponsors, writing effective sponsorship proposals, and negotiating and closing sponsorships deals.
An update on what's happening in the endurance events market with GiveSignup|RunSignup's Johanna Goode and Bob Bickel.
Kids runs expert Lucie Murray shares what it takes to put on a successful kids run and how your main event can benefit from it.
Notpla's Lise Honsinger, tells us more about the amazing edible liquid sachets used by the London Marathon and others to replace water bottles at aid stations.
CharityTeams' Susan Hurley discusses how a charity partnership could benefit your event's registrations, volunteer recruitment and sponsorship prospects.
Is Bluetooth a viable alternative to RFID for automated mass timing of races at a fraction of the cost? We hear from Bluetooth timing pioneer Jean-Louis Lafayeedney.