Briefing your speakers is a very important element in the success of your event…
An event tweet up is a great way of meeting people face to face that you have only met previously online via twitter.
Who would have thought that a speaker podium would be important? Mark Perl states the case.
Speaking to a remote set of delegates requires additional skills. Alan Stevens provides his opinions.
Your speaker cannot attend your event but can deliver from another location. What should you do to make it happen?
Testing can seem boring to some organisers. In our experience testing is essential if you want a successful event.
Santa Claus is one of my stars and every year he has the best celebration which is always a massive event success.
It’s easy to get confused when choosing an audio visual company for your event. This is the perfect guide for the non technical person.
Looking for some ideas on how you will be the perfect host over the festive period? Then read on.
This post looks at sustainable site selection considerations for your next event.
Comparing venues can be hard on your memory and with that in mind here is a handy venue checklist to help.
What should you look for on a venue showround? Some ideas are given in this post.
Questions that you need to consider before your venue showround.
When approaching venues it is essential to understand your event objectives.
What are the insights from running blended/hybrid/combination events. Whatever terms is used there are two sets of delegates – physical & remote. Both have different requirements.
Jenise Fryatt shares her tips of dealing with lavalier microphones. Get it right and you can relax.
Event site inspections can become easier with some helpful tips.