No, no, no, I’m not going to give you the hashtags you should be using for promoting your event. I think I need to take a course on relevant blog titles, maybe someone has written a blog on it, too. (more…)
For an event presenter, Christmas is yet another excuse to party. It’s that time of the year when every single soul is happy and finding reasons to rejoice. While hosting an event during this period looks like a fun idea, it can prove to be just as exhaustive when you’ve to struggle for venues and caterers and every little thing to make your event a merry one.
What kind of Christmas?
As preposterous it sounds, you have to briefly chalk out the kind of Christmas event you want to organize. It could be a small dinner party in a pub or a restaurant, or a shared party night, all depending on the kind of guests you’ll be having, your budget, and of course, your organizing capabilities. (more…)
For most of us, accepting our own mistakes and handling criticism are the two major weaknesses that keep holding us back and breaking us down. That feeling when you spend sleepless nights working on something, and people just manage to look past all that and say, “Well, it could’ve been better, you know…”, you thought all along that you did your best but they don’t think it meets expectations and suddenly, your competence is the biggest question mark on your forehead. Remarks like those have the ability to drag your self-confidence and bury it, if not dealt with wisely. (more…)
Of course, ideally, if I’m attending an event, it’s for the presentations, lectures, and the workshops. But, no matter how awesome these are, if I’m not leaving with a freebie, I’m definitely leaving with a frown.
A few years back if you came up to me flaunting the passes you managed to somehow seize for a very important upcoming conference, I’d probably be charred out of jealousy. Today, if you do the same, both of us can have a good laugh as I show you the YouTube channel that’ll let me witness the same conference live at 1080p resolution sitting miles away from the actual venue. Plus, I can watch it in my pajamas eating popcorn and I won’t even have to pay for the passes! (more…)
Because, undoubtedly, online ticketing is the best thing that has happened to event presenters. So, if I am to talk about the best way to sell tickets online, it’s a fair of superlatives we’re going to enjoy over here. In that case, let’s just have the time of our lives on the rides.
Before we move on to the tips, you need to have a clear idea about the key goals of your event. Why exactly are you having this event? Who are your potential attendees? How do you aim to organize the show? What all are you going to bring under the roof of the event? Once you are sure about the answers to these, choose a ticketing service that will fit all your needs. (more…)