We’ve all been to at least one party or event in need of a defibrillator. No one envies the host in that situation, and fortunately there are ways to avoid becoming that host yourself. Creating an event that is snooze proof can be done by setting up activities that keep patrons engaged and show your effort. Here is a helpful list of tips for you to apply to your next event.
At some point in your career, you’ll probably have to deal with the mess of canceling an event for one reason or another. This kind of mishap can send you into “panic mode,” but moving through the process with a checklist will help you feel organized during this unfortunate time. Although it is never ideal, here are some tips on how to get through it.
In 2016, one of the biggest events across the globe, the Rio Olympics, went over budget by 1.6 billion dollars. Even with the most thorough planning, there are some planning fees that will end up sneaking past your budget. When events are for large groups of people, what may seem like a small additional cost can end up turning into a major dent in your wallet. Budgeting well is key because you will need to have the funding to deal with emergencies. Here is a list of the commons items that planners forget to include in their calculations:
It’s time to get rid of the old and bring in the new! Your manual processes are holding your events back in terms of efficiency, diverse crowds, and earnings. Here is a list of what you, as a planner, should look into changing in order to keep up with the times.
Every event planner has to go through challenges when organizing an event, but there are some things venues do that drive event planner absolutely crazy! Here’s a list of things venues should consider improving to help events run more smoothly.
Planning an event requires you to think of everything and be prepared for the worst-case scenarios. Establishing a routine will reduce panic in volunteers, staff, and patrons. Here are seven steps to creating an effective evacuation plan for your next event.