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The Event Entrepreneurs category is where we put any posts meant for Event Entrepreneurs. It could be posts about the future of events, basics you might need to know, or ways to grow your Event Planning business.

Everything in here will have a focus on you growing your business as an event focused entrepreneur—no matter what you do…

Shattered Walls: Why Modern Event Management Needs Document Control

There’s already been a lot of talk about the security risks associated with mobility. How even though mobile devices make things infinitely more convenient, they also represent a significant threat to one’s organization if they’re not properly managed. This is true of any industry – including event management. However, it may not be true for all the reasons you’d expect. See, everybody already knows that mobile malware is dangerous. They’re aware that lost and stolen devices can release torrents of sensitive data into the wild, and that employees who fall pretty to a phishing scam can compromise an entire organization. […]

Decision Fatigue Can Hinder the Success of Your Event

As an event planner, you are faced with one decision after the next. Which venue is best? Which vendors should I hire? How will I stay within budget? These are just some of the many questions that will need answered along the way. Decision fatigue, a phrase created by Dr. Roy Baumeister, a Professor of Psychology at Florida State University, is very real. Based on his studies, the more decisions a person makes, regardless of the importance, the less willpower he or she has. Subsequently, this causes poor decisions in the future as well as a lack of performance. How […]

Five Steps to Find a Better Job in 2016

Have you set a New Year’s resolution of finding a better job in 2016? Have you come to the conclusion that now is the time to chase after your dream position? If so, you know one thing to be true: there is a big difference between saying and doing. If you want to take action without delay, if you truly want to close in on a new job in the near future, you should take these five steps: 1. Know what you are Searching for If you don’t know what type of job you want, you will never find what […]

Stay Social – Getting Your Staff Active On Social Media

In a prior piece published on the Tweetwall blog, I discussed how you can ace social media without spending a cent.  One of the ideas I brought up that piece was getting your employees more involved in your organization’s social media presence. Today, I’d like to expand on that idea a bit more. Now, we aren’t going to spend a great deal of time talking about the benefits. It’s pretty obvious that getting your staff interested in your brand’s social presence will lead to positive growth, and that more people talking about your brand means a wider audience. Instead, we’re […]

The Complete Guide to Setting a Killer New Year’s Resolution for Your Business

2016 has finally arrived, folks – and with it comes countless tides of New Year’s resolutions. With 2015 still fresh in their mind, everyone’s started looking back to think about what they might change and what they want to improve. A resolution is always a pretty personal thing, in all honesty, but it doesn’t need to be. You can formulate one for your business every bit as easily as you can for yourself – and in all honesty, you should. That’s easier said than done, of course. A business tends to be a little more complicated than a person. Thankfully, […]