Planning a fashion show can seem daunting if it's your first time, but as long as you keep in mind these essential planning tips, it'll be a total success.
With the FIFA World Cup Brazil fast approaching in a few weeks, have you thought about planning your own World Cup events? Even for the non-soccer fans among us, the World Cup is an international event that unites people everywhere, so planning an event with a World Cup theme is a great way to take advantage of the national (and international) excitement that surrounds it.
If you want to make sure your bank balance stays in the black, these accounts receivable tips for event planners are a must read. Being on top of your finances is vital, whatever line of business you're in, so here are some strategies for creating and keeping your cash flow in your event planning business.
Keep up to date on the latest event news
As an event planner, it's important to stay on top of industry news, which is why I've put together a list of the top event publications for event planners.
If you're looking for ideas for choosing unusual event venues, then check out these 3 tips for making your event, and your business, the talk of the town.
Why Choose an Unusual Venue for Your Event?
Having great time management skills makes your life and your business run smoothly.
There are a number of factors that characterize a successful event, and one of them is an event that runs like clockwork. This can't happen without proper preparation, and as a professional event manager you're likely to have more than one project on the go at a time, so you need to make sure that you're on top of everything all at once.
With so much technology at our fingertips designed to make an event planner's life easier, I'm looking at some of the best online event management tools used to promote your event planning business.
Peer-to-peer networking for event planners is an essential part of developing, in both a business and a personal sense. So, what IS peer-to-peer networking, and how can you use it to your advantage?
There are a number of great ways that event planners can maximize ROI on their events, which is essential as your clients are increasingly looking for a sound return on investment. In a nutshell, you need to maximize their profit, and with budgets getting tighter this isn't always the easiest thing to achieve and measure. So how do you maximize ROI as an event planner?
What you should do if your event goes wrong, and how to avoid future problems
We all know that even the best laid plans can go wrong at times, so as an event planner, you should be fully aware of ways to handle your event going wrong. You'll be the first person that everyone will look to if disaster strikes, so whether it's an act of God or something you personally dropped the ball on, how do you make it through to the other side while still maintaining your professionalism?