Setting up a stage for speakers and presenters may seem like a simple matter compared to creating an elaborate performance platform. But the success of a presentation—and of the people delivering their messages—depends on minute details like size, lighting, and accessibility, as well as the right selection of microphones and lecterns. We list down 8… Read More 8 Impactful ways to create your event stage design!
With any business marketing, money spent is money earned. Below we highlight 5 different ways you can host events to transform your business. You would best judge what suits you the most. Be happy with what you have ! Gather a few of your best customers together and give them an experience.It could be just simple dinner… Read More 5 ways to grow your business immediately !
Has anyone who is in sales and reading this ever been told, that you cannot have a conversation with someone without wanting to get something out of it. In a professional capacity, that is what our sales people do, we wouldn’t make any money if we did not sell, however when one gets told… Read More Every one is selling most of the time.
This Post has been written by Becki Cross for eventmanagerblog.com A lot is written and observed about the traits of Event Managers and what it takes to be a great Event Planner. On the flipside however some of these common characteristics we share and our demanding career path can actually be a nightmare for those around… Read More 10 (Harsh) Truths Nobody Tells You About Being an Event Planner
“Many hotels and resorts boast discounted prices and fewer crowds during off season, however to what end”… Read More Pros & Cons to consider while planning an event During the Off-Season.
This Blog has been written by Kevin Jackson for eventmanagerblog (Event MB) Do you believe that events are the future? More importantly do your clients understand? This post considers why events will always be integral to the success of businesses, brands, and retaining the loyalty of those who believe in them. Those that know me… Read More Clients Don’t Buy What You Do. They Buy Why You Do It.
This article is written by Jenny Stanfield for eventmanagerblog (Event MB) Active Participatory Model is a new way of thinking about conferences that focuses on the top 2 reasons people attend meetings: networking and learning. Its aim is to create the most engaging and personalized experience for participants while achieving the major objective(s) –… Read More 5 Low Tech Ways to Create an Active Participatory Conference