A successful conference does not unfold on its own - that's become very clear after working in the events and hospitality spaces for so many years. In fact, I've discussed how to ensure your event is A+ on more than one occasion. Organisers have to take the proper steps to avoid critical mistakes that can derail a conference and leave attendees.
This post is a step by step, easy to follow guide on how to pull off a Melbourne conference without a hitch. It’s the formula and checklist that anyone can adopt, whether you’re a pro or you’re looking to organise a conference for the first time. You can apply this kind of methodology everywhere, whether it be for a large, small, internal or.
If you’ve ordered a coffee and gone through the usual order, size, sugar-or-no-sugar process, then you’ve probably been asked the question ‘do you want the single origin’? Or, ‘did you want to try the single O’?
When I was growing up I loved nothing more than the stage, as a young fella and right into my teens. During my weekdays I trained for soccer, did Toastmasters and went to drama classes. On the weekends it was playing soccer in the winter and performing my heart out in productions and shows.
Recently I attended a few workshops about team culture and read Jack Delosa’s new book Unwritten. It reminded me of the importance of defining values for a company and just how important they are when building a world class team—and company.
The more and more that I delve deeper into business, where I’m going, defining my vision, and assuring that our team knows our mission in this game, I’m pulled closer and closer to acting with heart.
In a recent post I looked at the specialty coffee market and provided a bit of a background into what the cafe landscape looked like from a customer identifier perspective. That is, what you can look for when you want quality. You can read more here.
Today I got into an uber on my way to picking up one of our vans. It’s been a bit frustrating having a third van now, and not being able to bring home the new one (the high roof won’t fit in my car spot).
Our break into the specialty market: La Marzocco VS WEGA
When I set out to make coffee for a living and make a living from coffee I learnt how to do so on many different pieces of equipment. There have been many lessons learnt along the way around types of machines, styles of setup, what grinder to use, and then what machine to use.