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Put yourself on the path to event excellence with the infographic The Event Success Roadmap, plus 5 must-have productivity tools to get you there, fast. Download the 5 tools
If you’re an Event Manager or want to join the industry, find out where Event Management ranks in the top 10 most stressful jobs in the world. The results may surprise you!
The essential element to a successful event is the people you choose to deal with. Here’s how to choose & use the right professionals for your event.
Get a visual on all the people you’ll rely on to produce a brilliant event with The Periodic Table of Events, plus industry led advice on ensuring event success every time. Free infographic.
If you’re in the events industry you’ll know not every day comes up roses. Here’s some actionable advice on what to do when the event gremlins get you down.
Things can and will go wrong on event night. Along with being prepared, staying cool, calm and clear-minded is the key to survival if things go pear-shaped. Here’s how.
The Glossary of Event Terms is the Event Planner’s go-to for all the terms you need to know, plus a few you don’t! Fully searchable by term and category.
Meeting multiple deadlines is a hallmark of successful event management. This means prioritising in the right order the gazillion things that need doing before, during and after the event. Give yourself a flying start to managing deadlines with an event planning template that maps out the sequence for different types of events. Time is of the Essence ome projects, like …
It’s event night and you’re feeling nervous. That’s understandable, being your first ever ‘high stakes’ production. Then again, you’ve worked your butt off, planning everything to a tee. Of course you used this brilliant event planning template, so what could possibly go wrong? Everything’s Going Swimmingly ou arrive extra early at the venue. Check everything’s in order. Check, check and …