The Event Planning Toolkit equips you with the 6 essential tools for a successful event. The free download is easy to use and fully customisable.
The environmental impact of events is a serious concern for our industry. The ISO 20121 for sustainable event management is an internationally recognised framework that all event professionals can adopt.
Australian events should include a Welcome to Country or an Acknowledgement of Country. Here we discuss which one to use, when to do them and how to arrange it.
Also known as a moderator, the facilitator act as a neutral ‘third party’ to keep the conversation on time and on topic. Learn the true role of a facilitator, 3 types of facilitation formats and the 6 essential skills of any effective facilitator.
Want to minimise the environmental impact of the events you hold? Read this introduction to Event Greening with 14 ideas for sustainable events, plus the new ISO 20121 event certification.
How to navigate your way through the maze of events industry acronyms. o you know the difference between a DMC and a DOS? Are you au fait with PCOAs and PCMAs? Acronyms abound in the events industry, so give yourself an advantage by getting to know the most commonly used ones. Index 1. The ‘What the?’ Phone Call It goes …
There are important differences between inspirational and motivational speakers you’ll want to be aware of when sourcing a speaker for your event. Find out when to hire inspirational or motivational – or both – to make your event a standout success.
Event Managers are leading the charge to reduce waste in their day-to-day work and the events they produce. Here’s how they’re walking the talk of Corporate Social Responsibility, and how you can too.
The ultimate guide to finding, booking and getting the very best out of roving acts at your event – how to find the best type of roving entertainment, what they do, the history and types of roving.
Selecting the right speaker for your event is make-or-break the event important. Use these 9 key strategic decisions to choose the right speaker for your audience.