Are virtual events the answer to engaging a global workforce on a budget?

4th December 2017 Planning 1

  As organisations become more global and workers more remote, the costs of bringing them all together is increasing. With budgets being squeezed more and more each year how do you tackle this problem, bringing people together for a fraction money. The answer could be introducing virtual events to your portfolio. The concept has been… Read more

The Idiots guide to Event Risk Assessments

3rd August 2017 Planning 5

If you are anything like me the phrase Risk Assessment fills your heart with dread. OMG seriously planning for things that may never happen, working out how bad the injuries could be from these unlikely accidents and what you can put in place to make sure they are very unlikely to happen!! Well I have… Read more

When in Rome!

27th June 2017 Cities Planning 0

What better a city could you be asked to organise an event in but Rome. Steeped in history with beautiful architecture, amazing food and fashion icons! With so much to see and do, you are under pressure to give your delegates the best bits of it in the limited time you have. All I wanted… Read more

They say never work with children or animals, if you have to hire in the professionals.

10th April 2017 Children and Events Planning 0

Recently I had an event first. (It’s not often I get the say that.) I was running a family focused event and in an attempt to give the parents 5 mins’ peace and quiet (as the mother of a 3-year-old I know those moments can be rare) we employed a professional crèche service for the… Read more

Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance

10th April 2017 Planning 0

Any event is as good as the time spent actually planning it. As Benjamin Franklin famously said, “if you fail to plan, you are planning to fail”. I couldn’t agree more with this statement, setting out your plans right from the start will help you see any potential problems that may arise in advance and will… Read more