Most people out there struggle to design a good hybrid event, let alone an awesome one. They find the idea of designing virtual and hybrid events daunting and wish there was a shortcut.
When well planned and organized, an outdoor movie event can provide a truly magical experience for everyone that attends. Complemented by twinkling stars and the natural soundscape, outdoor movie events are easy to enjoy but often quite challenging to plan!
As anybody in the nonprofit community knows, fundraising events are absolutely essential. Not only do they bring in much-needed revenue, but fundraising efforts also help to raise awareness about an organization's mission and goals.
A pop-up event is a surprise, temporary event in a unique space. These events can be virtual, face-to-face, or a mixture of both. A pop-up event, from pop up shops to pop up dining events, usually last between one and three days. What distinguishes pop-up events from other events is the element of surprise and the unexpected location.
Webinars used to be pretty dull, didn't they?
Well, that's before 91% of B2B professionals made webinars their preferred content type. When done right, webinars effectively connect with your audience and deliver value. Better still, your sales team can use them for prospecting and lead generation.
How many hours does it take to plan an event? This is a question that many event planners struggle with. The answer, of course, depends on the size and complexity of the event, as well as the level of organization and planning that has already taken place.
For an event planner, the budgeting process can quickly become overwhelming. Although a well-planned budget takes time to create and manage, it can mean the difference between success or failure. From booking the venue to hiring the catering company, there are a lot of expenses to consider! That's why it's so important to follow a detailed budget planning process and track the actual costs of your spending.
At both hybrid and live events, the event begins as soon as attendees arrive. You will want the guest check-in experience to be effective, painless, and act as a reflection of the event’s brand. Event planners need to ensure that registration and check-ins go smoothly while respecting social distancing guidelines to prevent confusion while providing event attendees with a solid first impression.
An event marketing plan is a valuable tool during the event planning process. It sets out your path to success – from attracting the right people to generating hype to maximizing ticket sales. Creating a plan for your marketing activities also helps cut down on mistakes, which will reduce your stress. And you don’t need to make one from scratch! Event marketing plan templates are available from experts who have walked the path before you.
The event planning process can be a wild ride, but you’re sure to succeed as long as you have a trusty checklist. It can make future events a breeze, and will give your team a better picture of their roles and responsibilities.
In a world where public health concerns have made large, public gatherings temporarily impossible, virtual events are experiencing quite a moment. Organizations around the world have realized that virtual event technology has made it easier than ever to reach a wide audience at a low cost.
Whether this is your first time doing party planning or your tenth, it’s essential to know the goal of your party. You may think that is to bring people together and have fun. While this is true, some parties have additional elements, such as promoting a product, person, or service.
Big and small events occur year-round, whether in person or online. But no matter their size, most have similar important metrics that you should track in order to manage a great experience.
Fashion shows and fundraisers can be chaotic, especially if you’ve been tasked with organizing and running one!
Before you walk down that red carpet or accept the praise and thanks of the hosts, you need to organize an impressive event that will have people talking about it after it’s over.
It’s not always possible to attend in-person events, especially since the spread of COVID-19.
Catering requires robust event management capabilities for daily operations and scheduling. But before you manage your business, you have to grow it.
Over the last year and a half, the pandemic has made a huge impact on the way we live. It hit some industries hard, and the event planning business is no exception.
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