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16 Ideas to Make Your Events Safer
The world won't be the same anymore. And instead of waiting for things to go back to the way they were, it's better to focus on finding creative solutions to the existing challenges. One of those challenges is how to keep your guests safe at your events.
15 Holistic Event Gifts that Will Impress Your Attendees
Attendees are used to getting little gift bags at events that are filled with pens, notebooks, and keychains. Most guests will probably just throw them in their office drawer and forget about them.
18 Boutique Meeting Spaces Your Guests Will Love
Between immense venues, gigantic convention halls, and cavernous event centers, we’ve taught our attendees that navigating an event space is a skill, and the venue map is highly important.
5 Things that Will Kill the Event Experience
You can learn the basics of event logistics and planning after running just a few conferences or workshops. Understanding and designing an event experience may take you much longer.
How to Scale Your Event with These 5 Steps
When running a recurring event, you may discover that scaling is needed. Thanks to increased brand awareness and public interest, you’ll need to expand and grow your event. That’s good news, right?
7 On-Site Best Practices You'll Want to Remember
The moment your attendees enter the venue door of your event, they want to forget about their routines and plunge into an extraordinary environment.
23 Charming Decorations for Your Luxury Event
When it comes to luxury events, it all comes down to attention to detail. Remarkable light installations, soothing colors and interesting patterns are all decoration elements that are key to the attendees’ experience.
23 Drink Stations to Install at Your Event
You can invite the best speakers and have the most engaging moderators. However, surprise is the only thing that will make people to remember your event. So how can you surprise your attendees?
The Future of Brand Activations? The Drive Through Pop-Up
The pandemic has drastically altered the way live experiences are produced and - while festivals are on hold - GDX Studios is working to find alternative ways brands can still connect with their audiences.
TIP! - Checklist Event Budget
Drawing up a budget is a continuous, on-going process. It is best to start with a global approximation of costs. Do this before you ask for price tenders. This will allow you to check whether or not you are approaching your project realistically.
TIP! - Project Management for Events
The organising of an event can quickly become a complex challenge involving many different parties. As overall organiser, you must possess the necessary project management skills to coordinate the activities of all these different people.
TIP! - Which Dress Code at Your Event?
In most cases, your guests will be free to dress as they please. In most cases but not always. Sometimes, a particular type of clothing will contribute to the atmosphere of your event or may be necessary because of specific (weather) conditions.
TIP! - Avoid Blunders on Your Event's Guest List
Compiling a guest list is time-consuming work. However, you cannot afford to make mistakes. It is an unforgivable sin to forget someone who should be invited.
TIP! - Tips for the Invitations of Your Event
A good invitation must be eye-catching, intriguing and exciting. Try to persuade your target group with a combination of rational and emotional arguments. Why should they come to your event? How can you persuade them to give up some of their precious free time?
TIP! - Entertainment Checklist for Events
There is much more to organising your entertainment than simply finding the acts that are appropriate to your objectives, target group and budget. You also need to take account of a number of practical matters.
TIP! - How to Choose a Party Caterer?
You don't choose a (party) caterer haphazardly. Also at an event, the love of the participants goes through the stomach. Catering is therefore very important and must match the objective of your event and the target group. What should you pay attention to?
TIP! - Outsource your Event or Do It Yourself?
You can either opt to organise an event yourself with the help of your colleagues or you can decide to call in an external events agency to do it for you (known as 'outsourcing'). Both choices have advantages and disadvantages.
How to Help Your Speakers Create Great Presentations without Annoying Them
There are lots of disappointing experiences people may have when attending an event, but there’s nothing worse than listening to a world-known professional deliver an average speech accompanied by a low-quality presentation.
How to Stay in Touch with Your Attendees after the Event
How much time and thought do you typically put into planning and managing your events? Probably a lot. Planning an event is pretty much the same as building, promoting, and selling a product.
How to Create More Human Moments During Your Event
Why people do attend events? This question has many answers. Some statistics say attending events is all about networking and finding new business opportunities. Others say it’s more about learning and acquiring new information.