Event Planning

We don’t have a choice whether we DO social media, the question is how WELL we do it.
— Erik Qualman

The Context

Many organizations, especially nonprofits and associations, focus on having one annual event that is meant to be a fundraiser or a idea-raiser.  Events are a great way to publicize an organization, get people together, and provide value to attendees. Except when the events don’t go well. And that is a big exception.

The Challenge

Many corporate events have better publicity than planning, and that is guaranteed to backfire everytime. Event organizers spend inordinate amounts of time and money to make sure that people know and attend a conference, and spend much less time and money on the logistics of the event.

The Way Forward

Event planners and coordinators ensure the seamless co-ordination and execution of the event at hand. They bring planning, execution and calm to events. Utilizing an event planner ensures you as the client, and your guests have a positive experience.

So Now What?

If you are organizing an event, be sure you spend as much time planning it as you do publicizing it. Event planning is a skill. Talk to us about you can ensure qualified/experienced people are there to help plan your event. It does pay off.

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