The best events industry Twitter accounts to follow

Twitter is a brilliant source of all the latest #eventprofs news, trends and tools – especially if you’re short on time.

But who should you be following? If you’re looking for some recommendations on which Twitter accounts to follow, keep reading!

We’ve compiled our top 12 list of influential Twitter accounts that provide high-quality thought leadership in the events industry.

The best events industry Twitter accounts to follow


Although USA-focused, the Skift Meetings’ Twitter account is a must for anyone in the events world to follow. You’ll get the latest tech news, info about the latest trends, and the know-how to make your events successful.


The Meetings & Incentive Travel magazine’s Twitter account – which is one of the most read events magazines, focusing on meetings and events destinations, case studies, strategies and news. 

Recent tweets include thoughts on early career eventprofs thinking they’re ‘godlike’ and the UK government’s plan to ditch GDPR.


Events professionals all over the world read Event Industry News’ official account and use it as their main source of industry news. 

Topics include environmentally sustainable suppliers, circular conference content and the UK’s best Christmas party bands.


The Meetings Industry Association (mia) is the leading association for business meetings and events. 

They tweet about the support they provide for members and promote conferences and speakers, focusing on the latest trends and developments in the events industry.


Adam Parry is the co-founder of Event Industry News, as well as several other outlets such as Event Tech Live. 

Along with articles on event management, Parry also shares links to his podcasts,  including the Event Tech Talk Show and the Event Industry News Podcast.


David Adler is the chairman and founder of @BizBash Media and is based in Washington, DC. 

He tweets the latest news and trends in the events world. 

Recent tips include how to spend your event budget, an exclusive look at pre- and after-parties at the Emmys and insights about changes to the industry since the pandemic.


The Power of Events is a not-for-profit with four main objectives around showcasing the UK’s events industry. 

It was born from the One Industry One Voice coalition and the #wecreateexperiences campaign, which aimed to remind all stakeholders of the positive impact of events.


Conference and Incentive Travel magazine’s Twitter account is an excellent source of in-depth industry knowledge. 

Recent tweets offer insights on holding onto valued staff members, state of the industry surveys, and persuading stakeholders to hold events in times of soaring inflation.


Isla works with the events industry to accelerate its transition to a sustainable future, providing practical guidance and support on environmental issues. 

Follow them on Twitter for ideas and support – and find out what your competitors are doing on this important issue.


Mike is a writer, digital content provider and professional events photographer. 

An events industry thought leader, recent tweets cover his thoughts on the cultural impact of events and progress on hosting events in new digital worlds.


Gabby Austen Browne is the award-winning founder of Diversity Alliance, which works with the events, MICE and hospitality communities to be more diverse and create a culture of inclusivity, equality and accessibility. 


Of course, we had to give ourselves a mention! 

Follow Kina Events on Twitter for all the latest events industry news, insights and views. 

Recent tweets include tips on how to look after your mental health when your events calendar gets busy and ideas on how to make your next event more sustainable.

If you have any questions or would like some help planning your business events, please contact the Kina Events team on 0207 205 7901 or send us an email.

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