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As an event coordinator, it’s your job to bring people together and to give them the tools to communicate with one another. Give them the opportunity to forge new relationships and be more successful than they already are. This isn’t always an easy task, but accomplishing it makes you look really good, and it makes finding future work very easy. One of the key methods to getting all of this right is to create high-quality name badges for everyone at your events. This seems like such a minor detail in the big picture of event planning, but it’s actually a very big deal and something to take seriously. Here’s an overview of how to create a quality name badge. These do’s and don’ts will help you achieve results that will improve your success.

Running a fundraising event for a charity can be enormously rewarding as you raise money for a worthy cause. But unfortunately, when some people with good intentions try to fundraise they can forget to think about the legal issues. You need to follow procedures and guidelines to ensure the fundraising you are doing is all within the law.

Here are six legal issues you should consider before organising your event.

Event coordinators have an important job to complete and professionals all over the world are counting on them to help forge and build updated connections, bringing together businesses at their events and meetups. As a coordinator, it’s up to you to make sure that all the name badges attendees are wearing are designed carefully. If you make a serious mistake while designing these things, or you leave someone else in charge, then this may become a big mistake that will impact the effectiveness of your major event greatly. Here’s an overview of some common design mistakes that event coordinators make with their name badges.

In 2016, temporary structures and buildings found use in an incredible variety of events across the UK. At the legendary Glastonbury music festival, temporary buildings were used for everything from dressing rooms and ticket offices to first aid and lost & found tents. It could be argued that without the use of quality temporary structures, it would have been a much greater task to pull off the event.

We see this trend repeating itself across everything from film festivals and air shows to horticulture event and fairs. There is now a huge range of events that rely on temporary structures. But what has caused this shift towards the use of non-permanent buildings?

As a professional event manager, it’s your job to make sure that events go smoothly from start to finish. That includes doing things like marketing a new event, gathering information about the attendees of the event and managing all the activities, speakers and other forms of entertainment during the event.

One thing that every event manager needs to know is – how do you create a name badge that helps people connect with one another? This sounds like a relatively simple task, but there’s actually quite a bit that goes into making an effective event badge. We’ll go over some general tips explaining what goes into a good quality badge, and how to create one that’s going to perform well in a variety of event situations.

Personal data is becoming more and more accessible today as businesses begin digitizing everything. It’s easy to place orders, sign up for events, join online groups and register for just about anything via the internet. As more information gets stored online, and digitally in general, it becomes increasingly important to figure out ways to protect that information and to prevent people from gaining unauthorized access to it. That’s precisely why the Personal Data Protection Act was founded. This set of rules and regulations affects nearly every business in operation today, including event organizers. As an event organizer, you have to be aware of the latest information management tools and the standards in place designed to keep your data protected and out of the hands of those that shouldn’t have it.