Pod Coffee VS Barista Coffee
As you're well aware, organising professional conferences and corporate events takes a lot more than just booking the event space. You want to add value that will make everyone involved remember your event -- and talk about it. We've previously discussed some key points on how to make that happen. Here are just a few more perks that will make you.
Your time is valuable, right?
Not being constructive feels like a waste of time, right?
There are some pricey costs attached to meetings that fall flat or fail to meet the planned goals. Simply put, meetings can be an extremely beneficial activity for all involved, or they can be a disaster. Those two results are obviously worlds apart, so what do.
Conferences are more than just business. Occurring once or twice a year, they are also a social and networking opportunity for professionals on an international scale, so expectations run high. New conference trends aim to create a fun and engaging experience tailored to the needs of the industry involved. From healthier coffee to persuasive design.
Let's cut to the chase - we've discussed previously how planning a conference is no mean feat; what with all the elements to consider (and usually a tight budget). So a refresher on some key tips for hosting better conferences might be helpful. Keep these things in mind while you're planning, and you'll greatly increase your chances of hosting a.
Whether you're running a small convention or a huge trade show, every event has a budget. The tighter that budget is, the smaller your margins of error become. That's why it's important to evaluate every aspect of an event, and to find ways you can save money without reducing the overall quality of your attendees' experiences. If you've been.
Take it from me: planning a conference is never an easy task, particularly when you consider the many details you need to cover to make it a memorable event. It shouldn't be much of a surprise that, for me, one of the most important details is what kind of F&B to serve to attendees. It's here where you can see the biggest hit and miss of the entire.
I say this to my team all the time: failing to plan is planning to fail. I learned it in my days at Apple and it’s remained true through everything I’ve done since. You need to line up the ducks of suppliers, resources, and measurements, then knock them all down with a tight schedule. As I mentioned in last week’s post, I learned a lot of lessons.
Last week we worked alongside the City of Melbourne for one of our biggest shows of the year: ATE15. ATE (the Australian Tourism expo) is an annual national summit that brings together buyers and sellers from the tourism industry Australia wide.