Last Updated on October 7, 2021
Last week we looked into the little details of events such as music and food. This week we are pulling back to basics and looking at a few more ways that you can step up your game as an event manager.
We will be covering the following topics:
- Why You Need To Plan For When Something Goes Wrong
- Five Days On Which You Should Never Plan An Event
- Tips for Relating To Clients
- Why Internal Events are Great for Business
- Running The Perfect Summer Event
- Personality Traits of a Successful Event Manager
- What you Need to Know about Event Disasters
- How an Online Event Management Tool Leads to Better Planning
- How You Can Stand Out While Networking In Event Management
- What Days Should You Avoid Planning An Event On During Summer?
- How to Get Truthful Feedback About your Event
- Seven Steps For The Perfect Event Logo
- Ten Tips For Planning The Perfect Wedding
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When planning a corporate event, you must consider every aspect of the experience. From the check-in process to the tradeshow floor to the food, there is sure to be a lot on your mind.
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There’s this old saying which has come to be known as Murphy’s Law: anything that can go wrong; will. As an event planner, this is a principle with which you need to be very familiar.