Starting your own business generally means forgoing the luxury of an IT, finance, marketing and HR department for support. Efficient processes and systems are the secret to staying on top of all the new things you’ll now have to manage yourself.
It’s important to strategically plan your new event management brand before getting creative with logo and website. This guide from our Event Management Business Series, walks you through the steps to creating a strong brand that attracts great clients.
Starting your own event management business is carries an element of risk. You can avoid risk by knowing what to expect and how to set yourself up for success. This Event Management Business Series shows you all you need to know.
Event management is an exciting industry to be in, and starting your own event management business takes it to the next level. Whether you’re planning to fly solo or partner with others, it’s important to choose the right business structure and know your obligations.
Finding great staff is a challenge for any sized organisation, but especially for smaller businesses with smaller budgets and no support from an HR department. Here’s how to find, recruit and retain the right person to help success for your event management business.
Inspiration for greening your own events ustainable event management is more than a passing trend. It’s here to stay, and greener event practice is fast becoming the standard. Discover how events industry leaders in Australia and around the world are minimising their carbon footprint in the countdown to the 6 most sustainable events on the planet. Index 1. Oktoberfest: The …
Speaker Bureaus are experts in sourcing speakers to fit your event goals, delight your audience and deliver an exceptional event experience everyone will remember. Here is the what, why, how and when of event speaker bureaus.
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.