An Easy 8-Step Guide Are you organising this year’s Christmas party / end-of-year celebration? re you daunted by the idea of adding a big project to your already crazy workload? Fear not, and get smart! Use this step-by-step guide to planning corporate Christmas parties and cap off the year with a fabulous celebration that everyone will remember. 1. Define Event …
Follow this easy guide to planning your corporate Christmas Party / end-of-year celebration to finish the year on a high that everyone will remember. 1. Event Objectives Be clear on your goals Celebrate a year of hard work and contributions Acknowledge achievements by company, teams and individuals Motivate staff for the year ahead Promote employee retention Build relationships with key …
If you’re having trouble getting a company Christmas Party across the line with upper management, use these 7 great reasons why you NEED one. Pitch them to your boss, and use as a handy guide when organising your end-of-year party.
As event profs find their feet in the new normal, virtual events have surged dramatically. Amongst the use of technology for virtual events, there are two approaches. Each has pros and cons, but either way the possibilities are exciting.
Learn how to plan events for an uncertain future, which formats work best, how to fill a socially-distanced event space and best practices for food & beverage service. Understand the new normal in the events industry.
Since the pandemic of 2020, organisations have turned to virtual events to keep things moving. But there are challenges to getting it right online. I believe that with the right format and talent brief, it’s entirely possible to hold a high-return virtual event.
The $23 billion Australian Events Industry has been brought to its knees, but arguably it’s the talented artists, performers and speakers that are suffering the most. Here’s a list of grant and funding opportunities for the benefit of all talent, no matter who they’re with.
What happened in the 24hrs following the petition we submitted to the House of Representatives on behalf of the Australian Events Industry, went live.
Right now, the Australian Events Industry is suffering. If you can take just one constructive idea from reading our story, it’s been worth writing.
Whether you want to study locally or online, part time or full time, here’s a complete list of courses to get your foot in the door of the Events Industry.