So you want to organize a music event? All you need to know before you begin is one simple truth: it isn’t going to be easy. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s see just how we can put up the best show we can.
Planning an event doesn’t end with the event itself. Instead, it is after the event that you are able to assess its effectiveness, and reap the benefits. These metrics should be determined during the planning phase to facilitate convenient analysis post-event. The goals of every event may differ from one another, so consider what the event strives to achieve. Whether it is sales, publicity, or branding, set your Key Performance Indicators (KPI) such that you are able to measure them in figures. Here are 5 examples of general KPI that you can utilize in measuring the success of your event:
They say that the difference between a boss and a leader is that a boss directs people to get the desired results and the leader develops (and motivates) people to get the desired results. I’ve worked with both types and I can tell you personally that a leader is much better to work for, or rather with.
This is a tough one. Everyone is entertained by markedly different things; you know this because you’ve stared at one of your friends who was laughing incessantly at things you found horribly unfunny. Unfortunately, you’ve organized this grand event and now you’ve got to keep your attendees happy. Fortunately, you’ve got us! So let’s figure out 3 ways to keep your guests well and truly entertained.
Have you been getting the expected turnouts at your last seminar or conference? Or did you have to face some deceiving empty seats? It can be indeed very disappointing especially after spending the many hours and resources in the planning and getting the outstanding speakers to travel all the way and deliver a great presentation. What could you have possibly missed out? Could it be the registration cost or is there more to it?
For almost every industry, trade shows are wonderful opportunities for companies big or small to market their brand, showcase products, network with fellow industry partners, and interact with customers or prospective clients directly. Involving a large attendance from both exhibiting vendors and attendees, trade shows are large-scale events that require meticulous planning and coordination. Here’s 5 do’s and don’ts for planning a trade show to help you out in managing the event!
Planning an event agenda, does that sound like a breeze to you? In the blink of an eye, you can pull a template from your database or get many similar ones from the Internet. However, writing an agenda for an event is actually more challenging than it seems. It must be brief but comprehensive, succinct but appealing. If your attendees don’t feel like reading a boring or confusing agenda, they will be less aware of what is happening during the event, and as a result will be less engaged.