How to make your sponsors pay for your event app
Quite often event organizers struggle with tight budgets and see getting an event app as a luxury they cannot afford. „This year we can’t make it, our budget has been approved and closed” or „We don’t have the budget for it this year” or „Maybe next year”. Any of those sound familiar? If you’re an event organizer you probably have said those things more than once in your life, and indeed those are perfectly understandable statements. However, in this post, We’ll try to present this issue from a bit different perspective.
Ideas for Corporate gift bags and swag bags
Giveaways, promotional products, corporate swag, gift bags, whichever name you choose they all stand for one and the same thing – free stuff given at events in order to promote the company (that’s why they usually come with a brand name on them).
7 Communication Mistakes We All Make
Communication skills are an important ability in all industries but there are companies where it is the core capability. For example, it is a crucial asset in the event organization business. You need to communicate effectively with your superior, team and clients on a daily basis.
Why Setting Goals Makes You A Better Eventprof
Setting goals can help your workload and eventprof career. Here are some expert tips to help you utilize them to your advantage. Organization is key in the fast-paced event industry and goals are an excellent tool to get what you want. Many people set goals or aims subconsciously when they want something when you write a to-do list or during event planning, you know you want it to be a success. This counts as a goal, but the main mistake that most eventprofs make is not honing the skill or deliberately holding themselves accountable to it. Setting goals can be incredibly rewarding if done properly, and here’s why.
How To Write An Effective To-Do List
To use a to-do list to its full potential you first need to know how to construct one that is going to allow you to meet your goals and targets.
HOW TO ORGANISE A FESTIVAL?
Everything you need to know about organising and running a festival Music festivals, when done well, are amazing. They attract people from around the country and sometimes from around the world. To keep them coming back year after year, there are some things you need to consider. From strategies around the equipment, to your team and production plans, you need to ensure things go as smoothly as possible whilst making sure other potential issues don’t interfere with the good vibes people will expect to experience. Your aim should be to establish an excellent reputation as the festival of choice for your target audience. You’ll need to put yourselves in their shoes to so you can plan for every eventuality, […]
THE DO’S AND DON’TS OF PRODUCT LAUNCH EVENT MANAGEMENT
Whether you’re introducing the product of the year, a new collection, or an innovative app, a launch party is a great way to build hype and get the conversation rolling about your brand. However, launch parties are strategic events that require precision and preparation.
WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED AT BUSINESS CONFERENCE
In the business world there are endless selections of business conferences potential delegates can choose to attend. In addition today, everyone’s diaries are busier than ever making it harder to get people away from their desk and out of the office. So how does the conference planner make sure their business conference stands out, is well attended and talked about long after it happens? It is essential that the conference organizer sends out invites well in advance so the delegates can ensure the event is in the diary. There are many ways to send an invite electronically these days. The ceremony of opening an invite which has been specially sent to a guest is enjoyed by many and done right […]
5 WAYS TO ENGAGE MILLENIALS AT YOUR CORPORATE EVENT
In a world dominated by technology and social media it can be hard to pull millennials away from their screens and engage them at a corporate event. At Event Creative we strive to break the conception that corporate events are tedious and generic by organizing events that ‘wow’ guests and have them raving all about it in the office on Monday.