Monthly Archives: August 2016
Guidepost Solutions: Olympics Lessons Learned: Is Your Event Planning Prepared For Today’s Challenges?
Tweet From Guidepost Solutions: While millions of people across the globe watched American Michael Phelps propel himself through the pool in record speeds or Jamaican runner Usain Bolt sprint to another gold medal in the 100 meters, scores of security … Continue reading
Tweet From the Anything For Hire blog: Planning a wedding is by far one of the most stressful tasks anyone will ever be appointed, with the logistics and itinerary being infamously difficulty. Known for taking the shine away from what … Continue reading
Tweet Top 5 Blogs Every Event Planner Needs To Read: Event planners are the backbone of every successful event, small and large. Most of the time though planners stay behind the scene, so special event guests rarely see directly the … Continue reading
Tweet Pinterest has tons of tips, ideas, and inspiration for wedding and event planners. Follow this link to a board with plenty of all of that.
Tweet The ‘walk and talk’ helps people at meetings learn more: The next time you have to organize a meeting or conference, take note: The most beneficial strategy may be to have participants walk as they talk. A recent study … Continue reading
WalesOnline: Rugby player with love of history brings ancient Rome to Wales for his unsuspecting bride
Tweet Former Newport Gwent Dragons winger Matthew Pewtner planned the biggest day of his new wife Zoe’s life for TV show Don’t Tell the Bride: A former rugby player with a love of history brought a touch of ancient Rome … Continue reading
Tweet The good, the bad, and the ugly from Rio offers lessons for event planners: Even the Greatest Show on Earth has to concentrate on getting event marketing right, and – some would argue – that the 2016 Olympics in … Continue reading
Tweet Some good tips here on how to get your event attendees talking about your event on social media: ¤ Make sure your company and event websites are responsively designed. Your websites are a principal means of promotion and should … Continue reading
Tweet From Eventbrite’s blog: We all know that unforeseen circumstances can get in the way of an event. Maybe your venue cancels on you at the last minute, or bad weather puts your attendees’ safety at risk. As part of … Continue reading
Tweet From BizBash: Thanks to a host of resourceful crowd-sourcing apps, eventgoers are now sharing more than just the live experiences with their fellow attendees. From carpooling to even CPR assistance, here’s a look at some apps harnessing people power. … Continue reading