The next stage of event planning
I hope you can benefit from my experience and advice and have smooth running events every time (well almost as a lot depends on outside factors)!
For part 1 on some of the basics and initial steps to follow see below.
Events- it’s all in the detail, part 1 of 2
Continue reading Events – it’s all in the detail, part 2 of 2
I attended The Big Yak internal communications unconference last Saturday and found it hugely valuable for networking and the collaborative opportunity to answer questions and solve issues that have been raised on the day.
I was new to the unconference format which is based on Open Spaces Technology. Like-minded people come together without a set agenda and agree this during the day. The event was facilitated by Benjamin Ellis. This is a format I would like to try out at an event I am organising in the future. Continue reading Insight from a recent event #TheBigYak
Where to start?
I love planning events. I am pretty ‘OCD’ when it comes to detail so the need to ‘dot all the ‘I’s’ and cross the ’T’s’’ required for event planning suits me well!
Some of the bigger events I have led include voluntary sector conferences, staff awards and community awards. I have also coordinated communications for the 2012 Olympic Paralympic torch relays in Lambeth, the Lambeth Country Show and fireworks events. Continue reading Events- it’s all in the detail, part 1 of 2