When will events be allowed again?
A Message to Event Planners During a Global Pandemic
Keep your eyes and ears open to others, and most importantly to yourself, during these times. The way you take your lessons from this into planning for your next client will set you apart.
4 Elements of a Memorable Presentation
Public speaking can be a walk in the park for some, and an uphill marathon for others. Regardless of where you fall on that spectrum, the same two elements for success remain true. To deliver a good presentation, you must be prepared, and you must fully understand the topic you are speaking on.
Once you have those two elements, preparation, and understanding, on lock, you can build upon that groundwork to deliver a GREAT presentation. Here are a few tips to help make your presentation memorable and impactful.
5 Critical Questions to Ask Before Planning your Event
What does it take to make people leave an event with lasting memories and relationships at the end of the night? What makes a great event? Whether you’re planning an event for business or for pleasure, there is one thing you need to do before you dive into planning - visualize and ask yourself these 5 questions.
3 Proven Strategies to Increase Sales at a Trade Show
How to Handle a Last Minute Change in Your Event
If you’re in the events business, you know your job is to solve every problem that comes up without letting any of your guests or attendees notice a thing. With most things that come up, this is easy – but sometimes, you’ll run into vendors who drop the ball so hard that it breaks the concrete, and it’s on your shoulders to figure it out.
What do you do when a vendor no-shows, cancels last minute or makes a drastic change that impacts your event?