Planning The Christmas Party: 18 Steps to Organising the Perfect Celebration

Planning The Christmas Party: 18 Steps to Organising the Perfect Celebration

Planning The Christmas Party: 18 Steps to Organising the Perfect Celebration

The job of planning the company Christmas party can often seem something of an unwelcome and scary prospect. You are not alone if that’s how you are feeling about it, as the time constraints and pressure of wanting to organise something that all your colleagues will enjoy can make it a stressful ordeal. One thing to remember if there is serious event planning to be done is that it is never too early to start thinking about Christmas. You may ...

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The Event Manager's 'Survival Kit' Checklist

The Event Manager’s ‘Survival Kit’ Checklist

Through my job I’ve come across loads of Event Managers on events and I’m always intrigued (and surprised) by the random objects they pull out of nowhere that can literally save the day – a bit like Mary Poppins and her bottomless handbag! When something goes wrong, I’ve noticed how experienced Event Managers will just deal it, using their own toolbox of ‘event essentials’, rather than chase the venue and wait for someone else to sort the problem out. So ...

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How to Write Case Studies About Your Events Like a Professional Writer

How to Write Case Studies About Your Events Like a Professional Writer

Although they are understated and often underused as a business resource, case studies can serve as an excellent marketing tool for your company to engage both existing and potential customers.The challenge is crafting a well-written case study that people actively want to read. #1 Tell a good story Above all else, only write case studies about your best work. Humans love good stories, therefore a genuinely interesting event will have a natural hook and motivate readers to finish. Mediocre case ...

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Planning Interview Questions for Event Professionals

Planning Interview Questions for Event Professionals

It’s fair to say that not many people relish job interviews. They can be a nerve-wracking experience and it can often be difficult to do yourself justice in such a pressure-cooker environment. But what about the people on the other side of the table? Well, that’s not necessarily an easy task either. It’s that time of year when resolutions and the January blues inspire plenty of people to go in search of new jobs, while ambitious companies could be planning ...

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Entertainment Ideas to Make Halloween A Thriller - Part 3

Entertainment Ideas to Make Halloween A Thriller – Part 3

Now that you’ve got your guests in costume and in attendance (part 2), what will you do to entertain them? Haunted house The perfect once-a-year party activity for Halloween is a haunted house. They are easier to put together than you probably think. Create a wall by hanging black trash bags from the ceiling, and decorate with creepy lights, gadgets from the party store, and scary music. To confuse guests as they walk, hang strips of black crepe paper. For ...

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Setting the Scene to Graveyard Smashing Halloween Parties (Part 2)

Setting the Scene to Graveyard Smashing Halloween Parties (Part 2)

In part 1, we honed in on a theme for your Halloween soiree, and now let’s take it to the drawing board. Spooky invitations In addition to covering the Five W’s, invitations are your guests’ introduction to your party concept. If your graphic design skills are not top-notch and you want to DIY, never fear! A photograph of a famous villain, creepy spider, or pumpkin can double as a postcard. Some postal guidelines may apply, so check with your postal ...

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