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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…
There are business professionals who publish content on LinkedIn as often as possible. There are also those who never think twice about doing so. Which group do you fit into? You don’t have to go crazy, posting to LinkedIn several times per day and turning this into an obsession. However, you should consider the benefits of adding this to your marketing strategy. If you have yet to get involved with LinkedIn, if you don’t know what this professional networking site has to offer, now is the time to adjust your approach. Here are five reasons why publishing content on LinkedIn […]
Inbox Zero. It’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like; an approach to email management where each email is treated as an entry in a ‘to do’ list, and deleted once you’re finished. There’s a little bit more to it than that, of course, according to Tech Target (which sites Merlin Mann, the fellow who fist pioneered the term): Avoid leaving your email client open Set a schedule for when you check your email – for example, at the top of each hour. Delete or archive as many new messages as possible. Forward what can be best answered by another person […]
As a business owner, you may be looking for new ways to get everybody in your office on the same page. Have you considered the benefits of a weekly breakfast meeting? The key word here is “weekly.” This isn’t something you do every day of the week. Furthermore, it’s not something you want to do this week, forget about for a couple months, and then reintroduce. Stay consistent. With all this in mind, you may be asking yourself the following: what are the benefits of a weekly breakfast meeting? This changes from one company to the next, but you should […]
I feel as though there’s a mantra which every marketing and tech blogger should repeat whenever they write a piece on cloud computing: “I’m not going to bore you with buzzwords, nor coo how cloud computing is the future of all industries. I’m not going to claim the cloud is the only solution to all your problems, nor am I going to ignore its flaws.” Well all that said: today I’m going to discuss how you, as an event management professional or not, can be served by cloud computing. When used properly, the cloud is an extremely powerful tool in […]
Hey there, folks! We are moving on to part three of our novices’ guide to event management. So far, we’ve covered what an event management portfolio should include and how to organize it so you’re putting your best foot forward. Today, we’re moving on and looking at how to use that portfolio to break into the event management industry. The goal: landing yourself a sweet gig as an event planner. First, you do need to decide whether you want to be an independent event planner or join an already-established organization as their resident event manager. If you’re going to jump […]