In my last article we looked at the contents of an event planners tool kit, so this week we are going to look at an event planners bible. The event bible is the blueprint of your event. It is the file that contains all the information pertaining to your event and no self-respecting planner should arrive on site without it.
There is one powerful strategy all event and meeting planners use to reach the level of success they really dream about. It has nothing to do with event themes or locations, or your budget. It has nothing to do with your training in the industry. What I am talking about is much more powerful, and has the potential of positioning you as #1 in your industry and to generate business you never thought possible.
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Event and Meeting Planners experience stress on a daily basis. This article provides practical, easy tips that can immediately be put to use by the reader. It presents the opportunity for the reader to shift perspective and experience relief just from the words on the page. These stress relievers not only create a balanced and more enjoyable life, they also result in more successful business outcomes.
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Organizing a business event can be a painstaking and complex process. your organization. Among fierce competition from other conferences, product launches or seminars, you have to make sure all the stops are pulled and your event surges ahead of its immediate rivals. For many event planners, it is the keynote speech that makes them sweat at night.
December can be very stressful for anyone trying to organise a corporate event or festive get together. Planning events can take a lot of time and trying to meet everyone’s needs can sometimes seem impossible.
Let's face it, setting up and operating the registration process for events and conferences is one of the least favorite things on most event planner's list of things to do. There is a lot of repetitive and mechanical stuff to do to make sure that everyone gets notified and signed up on time.
There have been many articles written on what a wedding planner has in her emergency kit or what a bride should have in her wedding day kit, but there hasn’t been as many written on what an event planner has in their kit. Do they even have a kit? Of course they do. No self-respecting event planner or organiser would attend an event without their trusty tool kit.
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It takes a lot of hardwork to make a perfect wedding event and expressing the same amount of love on the event is very much important to be portrayed.
The event planners experience a tough time to secure an appropriate venue for their corporate meeting or event. This happens because they fail to ask the right questions. Choosing a venue for a meeting or an event is most important as it has to be dealt with impactful choices in the planning process. Here are few valuable tips to help you in choosing an appropriate venue for your events.
Increasing event attendance is generally the biggest challenge facing meeting and event planners. Many people think that if they plan a fantastic event, people will just come. This does not happen, not on its own. In fact, this can be confusing and disturbing to those responsible for hosting and completing the event. Do you hire a Public Relations firm to help with the publicity, which is supposed to lead to more attendees? Or do you depend on the “lists” of likely people to attend. It can be a little of both. Hiring PR firms and solely depending on their ability to drive attendance up can be a big mistake. A PR firm’s responsibility is to bring in publicity, not attendees. In fact, the media rarely does stories on events that have not yet happened.