Planning an event can be a daunting task, but with the right approach, it can be an enjoyable and fulfilling experience. Whether you're planning a corporate event, a wedding, a birthday party, or any other type of event, there are a few key things you should keep in mind to ensure everything runs smoothly. Let’s cover some basic event coordination tips to help you get started.
Define the scope of your eventThe first step in
When I started in the event business 17 years ago, I had come out of a career in film and television and I was immediately struck with the number of unexpected similarities there were in these two industries. This was particularly apparent with regards to how the whole process of creating a finished product is structured. In film there are production assistants, production coordinators, production managers and film producers. In the
When I began my career in event planning, the idea of managing budgets seemed a little overwhelming. It was never covered in any of the event management classes I took and, despite being a vital aspect of every event, it seems to be a bit of an industry secret. So, this week let’s talk about some of the nuances of building an event budget. It’s time to share what no one else seems to talk about! The Framework