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Top 5 Event Nightmares (and How to Fix Them)

If there’s one constant you can count on in events management, it’s that situations will continuously come up – usually unexpected, nightmarish situations. This is our list of 5 event nightmares you won’t want happening to you (but probably will at some point) – and...

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How to Give Excellent Post-Event Debriefs

One of the hidden secrets that successful event planners have in their back pockets, is the event debrief. Make no mistake about it, this often neglected aspect of event planning can make the difference between building progressively powerful events… and rehashing the...

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Bad Event Planners Habit to Avoid

At our blog, we love being positive – sharing good news, helpful tips and more. But there are times when seeing the bad side of things, can help us to improve as event planners. And we think this is one of those times. These are some of the most common “bad event...

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The Evolving Roles of Event Planners

Once upon a time, event planners had one job – to manage events. Of course, this “one job” was no walk in the park. Even years ago, event planners would be in charge of everything from venue selection to audience seating, staging, accommodation and more. But a few...

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Strategies for Attracting Niche Event Audiences

  While large-scale consumer and business events may be daunting to organise, there is one aspect of planning them that’s actually pretty simple – marketing. After all, if your team is in-charge of putting together the next Consumer Electronics Show or Social...

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Before Hiring New Event Team Members, Read This

  Most event companies are lean, well-oiled machines – with every member of the team playing an important role (or often, multiple roles.) That’s why event managers know that when it comes to staffing their team, every person counts. There simply isn’t room for...

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8 Innovative Ideas for Marketing Your Event

  An event planner’s job doesn’t begin and end with event planning (despite the job title suggesting so). Half of your job – and some people might say, the more important half – is marketing your event and filling up the venue. Not sure where to get started? Here...

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