“We wanted to create an iPlayer for the events industry,” recalls Hugh Edwards, chief executive of ReAttendance, of his vision for the business five years ago. Long before the Covid-19 pandemic, Edwards and ReAttendance’s co-founder Peter Dickson, could see the industry was rife for disruption. They thought a service like the BBC’s online viewing platform, offering content in different forms and on demand, could be the innovation required.
Both men were well-placed to make that call. Edwards has racked up almost two decades in the events and entertainment industry, alongside a career as an award-winning voice and casting director – he also serves as a British Academy of Film and
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