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.
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.
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.
Last month we did something we haven’t yet done before: we took a punt and decided to exhibit at our own trade show. It’s called the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo, or AIME for short. It’s a coming together of meeting planners, venues, hoteliers and event services personnel to the Asia-Pacific market. Similar to ATE, it’s a combination of.
When I started out making coffee in 2012, I was presented with a number of different pieces of equipment to learn. As my knowledge continues to grow within the coffee industry, I’m taken back to the grinder.
One of the questions that I commonly get asked is can you get into the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre (MCEC)?
I started Coffee On Cue just over a year ago because I had a burning desire to get into the coffee industry and do my own thing.
Events are one of the best ways to meet and forge relationships with clients, partners, industry peers and company staff. With lots of factors coming together to make an event successful, such as attendees, speakers, presentations, catering and venue choice, organising events can be an extremely complex affair and can result in companies losing face in.