Category Archives: Event management

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‘My Event is Cancelled, Now What?’ – An Event Organizer’s Guide to Event Cancellation and Re-Scheduling

‘My Event is Cancelled, Now What?’ – An Event Organizer’s Guide to Event Cancellation and Re-Scheduling Your event has been cancelled due to one reason or another…. Now what?! It can feel daunting trying to understand what to do next once you realize that your event can no longer move

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Production Management 101: Everything You Need for Your Hybrid Virtual Event to Succeed

Production Management 101: Everything You Need for Your Hybrid Virtual Event to Succeed   Thinking of moving your educational conference online? Hoping to still go ahead with your trade show, but digitally? Want to offer virtual panels to enhance the learning experience of your employees? With the world being uncertain

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The Ultimate Meeting Management Checklist for Guaranteed Learning

The Ultimate Meeting Management Checklist for Guaranteed Learning If you were to ask those in your company what the purpose of your meetings were, they may not always have an answer for you. The problem is that many of the meetings held within corporations and small businesses can be seen

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The 6 Secrets to Meeting Planning Success

The 6 Secrets to Meeting Planning Success According to Attentiv, every single day ~11 million meetings are held. Meetings are not merely placing tables and chairs around a room, setting up the AV, and putting out a box of coffee and paper cups. NO WAY! If that were the case

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Managing an Event Contract in a Time of Crisis – COVID-19

Managing an Event Contract in a Time of Crisis – COVID-19 ‘Our world is in uncharted times’ – a phrase we are hearing over and over. Some event planners have experience with emergencies like SARS or 9-11, but this takes those experiences and amplifies them. It is now that we

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