In the midst of what is 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.
Here’s a step-by-step to the planning tool so good it might be the only one you’ll ever need. Includes our Event Planning Template with three different lead-times as a free download!
Organising or attending an event in Australia? You may be surprised at some of our “sayings”! Here’s a fun look at Aussies and their slang.
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.
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 …
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
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.
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.
If you’re planning an event, you’ll need to keep a close eye on costs before they blow out. Using an Event Budget Template pre-filled with all the categories you’ll ever need when planning your event finances, budgeting expert Ana reveals how to get your finances in order using a pro-level Microsoft Excel template. Video Index The index below will take …
Step-by-step guide to the Run Sheet that’s so good you’ll use it through your whole career. ou’re knee-deep planning an event, and it’s time to create the program or ‘running order’ (as it’s known in the biz) for the big night. Forget pen, paper and sticky notes. You need a Run Sheet, the all-important tool professional event managers use to …
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