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TIP! - Which Dress Code at Your Event?
In most cases, your guests will be free to dress as they please. In most cases but not always. Sometimes, a particular type of clothing will contribute to the atmosphere of your event or may be necessary because of specific (weather) conditions.
6 Things that Make In-Person Events Irreplaceable
It's safe to say that the future of marketing is online. The popularity of online events and the ongoing sanitary crisis has led many to believe that in-person events are becoming obsolete. But face-to-face interactions with your audience, prospects, and clients can never be replaced by digital content.
TIP! - How Much Drinks and Snacks Should You Provide at a Party or Event?
Nothing is so annoying for a guest as to stand hungrily before an empty buffet that has been plundered by others or to receive a microscopic piece of meat when you feel that you could eat a horse.
Why and How to Simplify Your Event Programs
Complexity will make your event look less attractive. Add different topics, mix different activities, and focus on quantity instead of quality, and you’ll be surprised to discover...
TIP! - What to Look Out for When Hiring a Photographer for Your Event?
Like all your suppliers and service providers, the photographer and the cameraman need a good briefing. Otherwise, there is a risk that the results of their efforts will not live up to your expectations.
How to Scale Up Your Events with Special Effects
Once we’re ready to run physical events again, we’ll need to ramp up the special effects so our attendees can enjoy a post-crisis celebration. And although we’ll all need to respect new rules when planning and attending events, special effects can relax the mood...
How to Make Your Large Event Feel Small and Welcoming
You’ve planned a major event in a huge convention hall, and thousands are expected to attend. But here’s the thing: Large events can also feel anonymous.