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Why is Liability Insurance Important When Hosting Business Events?

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For your business event to impress clients and go off without a hitch, a great deal of planning can prove to be a valuable ally. Organizing business events is like an art form, and those that can master it often possesses a truly diverse and transferrable skillset. Even the finest detail is worth considering in the world of event planning, no matter what kind of bash you hope to throw. One such detail is liability insurance.

Ideas For Running a Successful Law Firm Event

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Running a law firm is all about cultivating the right relationships. More law firms are realizing that one of the most effective ways to develop new connections with those in the industry (as well as new clients) is through hosting events. That's because events allow you to engage with others on a much deeper level, meaning the trust that's so essential in the law sector is easier to form.

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Top Tips for a Political Fundraising Event

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Nowadays, politics is a big topic of discussion. No matter who you speak to, everyone has an opinion on the latest happenings and trends. In fact, it’s fair to say that the political divide in the country has never been stronger. Because of this, political parties, candidates, and organizations are working hard to collect as many votes as they possibly can, whether it’s in the run-up to an election or during the midterms. One of the best ways to do this is through fundraising events.

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Best Financial Educational Events You Should Attend

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For many people across the world, events still feel a little out of reach, as the entire industry has suffered setbacks due to successive waves of the coronavirus. Still, that’s not to say there aren’t rosier times on the horizon, with conferences, workshops, and of course, the online tutorial available for those who are interested in learning something new.

Download 7 Exceptional Event Email Templates for Driving Attendee Engagement

Write winning event emails in minutes! Relying on decades of social science research and more recent behavioral data, we’ll show you the science-backed methods to creating a wildly successful event-marketing email campaign for almost any situation. Download the eBook today!

How can a well-designed website help promote your business events?

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There is no argument about it: promoting events for your business on your website can be difficult. It is so easy to overdo promotional content, overwhelm your customers and site visitors, and oversell the event entirely. Here are some ways to use your website's design to promote your events without going over the top.

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Managing the impact of COVID-19 on your events and conferences – a free webinar

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COVID-19 is impacting the event and meeting planning industry. The virus has meeting and event planners very nervous. Some say the effect may surpass the damages to the hospitality and meeting industry resulting from the September 11 attacks.

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Managing the impact of COVID-19 on your events and conferences – a free webinar

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COVID-19 is impacting the event and meeting planning industry. The virus has meeting and event planners very nervous. Some say the effect may surpass the damages to the hospitality and meeting industry resulting from the September 11 attacks.

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3 Tips for Designing an Event Website

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If you want to attract people to your next big event, you simply must create a website to showcase it.

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How to Protect Your Data

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Whether you’re running a multimillion-dollar multinational corporation or a small local business, or are planning a large-scale conference or event, a breach of your data could be catastrophic.

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A Master's Guide to B2B: How Listening to Your Customers Can Grow Your Business

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate

Improved marketing conversion, happy customers, and faster growth - that’s only three things that can be accomplished by just listening to your customers. Customer feedback is an extremely invaluable tool to keeping retention high, attracting new business, and improving the general operations of your business. The question is - how do you capture all this? Join Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation & Michele Bettinazzi, Customer Experience Manager at PeakMade Real Estate, for this essential discussion on the ins and outs of brokering the optimal customer interaction.

2 Top Tips for Hosting a Memorable Company Event

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Whether you choose to host a conference, a seminar, or even a customer appreciation evening, you should seek to ensure that your next company event lives long in the memory of all those that attend it.

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How to Choose a Venue for Your Event

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Looking at venues for your next event is one of the main tasks for your role - you do it day in, day out. So, you probably have an idea of what you need to keep a look-out for when selecting sites, visiting them and deciding which would be the best option for the event you’re planning.

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How to Choose a Venue for Your Event

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Looking at venues for your next event is one of the main tasks for your role - you do it day in, day out. So, you probably have an idea of what you need to keep a look-out for when selecting sites, visiting them and deciding which would be the best option for the event you’re planning.

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How to Succeed at Being an Event Caterer

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Catering can be an excellent industry to work in because it is a wonderful feeling providing delicious food and helping someone’s party or large event to be enjoyable for all.

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Negative Reviews & Online Feedback Happens - But Where Do You Go From Here?

Speaker: Adam Dorfman, Head of Product Growth at Reputation and Jeremy Shubitz, Director of Marketing at Bosley

Responding to online negative feedback can be challenging. What should you say? What should you not say? Should you even respond? In today's, your customers will be not only your biggest advocates but also your biggest critics. However, negative feedback can offer actionable insights to build a stronger product and customer experience.

5 Steps to Get Sponsorship for Your Events

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Unless you are a Fortune 500 company, you probably don’t have the budget for a high-scale event. This means you will need sponsors on your side. Of course, getting a sponsor is easier said than done. Why will another company, after all, choose to sponsor your event when they receive dozens of similar requests on a near daily basis? Approaching sponsors the right way is the key to tilting the odds in your favor. IDENTIFY YOUR ASSETS TO A SPONSOR.

10 things successful planners do every day

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Take advice from these successful meeting and event planners. See how their daily routines and behaviors make them successful in their jobs. CAROLINE KAY. Event Director Extraordinaire with C.KAY International. I get up at 5:00 a.m. and get a head start on my day when it is quiet, especially when I am onsite, managing an event. I start my day by scanning my email, see if anything urgent has popped up.

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Food trends for events - local, healthy and experiential

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Chicken dinners and cheesecake are unfashionable, especially in event world. Meeting and event planners are now at the forefront of food and beverage trends, providing event attendees with unique gastronomical experiences. Today we share some of the top food and beverage trends shared by planners, venues and caterers around the country.

4 Insider Tips on How to Make Your Event Successful

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No good marketer shies away from live events. On the contrary, a professionally executed event is often a staple of the successful marketing strategy that turns heads, signs on new clients, helps forge business partnerships, and solidifies brand recognition and loyalty. A well-crafted live event takes meticulous planning and strong attention to detail.

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Dive Into Your Inventory Data (and Add Substantial Profits to Your Bottom Line)

Speaker: Ian Foster, Sculpture Hospitality Regional Director West Coast

In this seminar, Ian Foster will discuss the basics of inventory management, including tips on how to get inventory right and how to evaluate your food and pour costs. Ian will examine the best ordering practices from our clients. Finally, he’ll share some case studies showing how well designed inventory control can uncover hidden losses from over-pouring and lost sales that will result in several thousand dollars of extra profit every month.

Coping with stress, exercises and tips for stressed out meeting planners

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Careercast lists the job of event planning in the top 5 of most stressful jobs in the country. Not a year goes by without the career being on this list. Kimberly Braun, a retreat and workshop facilitator, TEDx speaker and meditation faculty at the renowned Omega Institute, shares her top tips and exercises to prevent and manage stress, and tackle stress should it occur.

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Can Automation Really Help Grow Your Events?

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Managing and creating business events can be a very demanding task for an individual. Not only do they have to deal with planning the event and implementing it, they also need to schedule activities and sessions, have some form of analysis on the event, and promote the event in the most suitable places. This is a lot for a single person, or even a small team, to take on. However, it can all be made easier and smarter by using automation.

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4 Tips for Planning a Successful Business Event

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Being in charge of organizing a business event can be daunting. You will have to multitask various elements of event planning, while ensuring that you stick with your available budget. Luckily, there are many ways to reduce planning stress and ensure that you achieve your event objectives. Here are four tips for planning a successful business event. Create an event budget The first step to successful events management is to create a budget for your event.

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Finding Purpose as an Event Professional

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On this episode of Event TALK, I am speaking with TJ Loeffler, a high-impact motivator, and founder and CEO of Loeffler International. After working as a sales analyst for Goldman Sachs, TJ began a search for purpose as an entrepreneur. TJ's life took a few turns before he hit emotional rock bottom. Forced with a decision to make, TJ took another step of faith, now empowering others in his true calling as a speaker and life coach. We are chatting about finding purpose.

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Maximize Your Profit Margins

Speaker: Shawn Imbeault and Geoff Loukes, Sculpture Hospitality

In the past year, we've learned that maximizing margins can determine whether your restaurant stays afloat when times get hard. Join Shawn Limbeault and Geoff Loukes, in this master class that will take you through the best practices of maximizing your margins, From FOH to BOH.

The Meeting Planning Industry Needs a Lasting Strategy

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On this episode of Event TALK we are speaking with Christy Lamagna, Founder and Chief Strategist of Strategic Meetings and Events. Our discussion focuses on the need for the planning industry, and meeting professionals to be more strategic to insure long-term success. Listen to show host Al Wynant and guest Christy Lamagna discuss the following: The definition of “strategy” as it relates to the event and meeting planning industry?

Creativity for Meeting and Event Planners

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Get ready to reignite your creativity. Guest Robert Evans Wilson, Jr., award-winning writer and speaker shares his top tips and tools for meeting and event planners to be creative. Listen to host Al Wynant and guest Robert Wilson discuss the following: Overcoming creativity block. How to overcome conformity and ignite creativity. How to inspire diverse teams to be creative. Mistakes a meeting planner can make when trying to be creative. Techniques and exercises to ignite creativity.

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Top Event Communication Tips

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Event communication is the subject of our latest Event TALK episode. Los Angeles-based Gretchen Hydo, Keynote Speaker, Life and Business Coach, shares her top tips for meeting and event professionals on how to best communicate. Listen to host Al Wynant and guest Gretchen Hydo discuss the following: Top tips for sharing the story of an event effectively. Strategies to communicate with diverse teams. How to overcome communication barriers. How to best communicate with attendees during an event.

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Top tips for planning your event security

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Meeting and event professionals are very much aware of the security challenges generated by bringing people together. They plan for accidents, venue problems, protesters, weather related issues, and much more. In recent days, we have been confronted once again by televised images of terror being inflicted on participants at events, walking a bridge or attending a meeting. These situations make us painfully aware how vulnerable event attendees can be to a wide variety of security threats.

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Restaurant Management Masterclass

Speaker: Harlan Scott, Founder of Harlan Scott Hospitality and Industry Restaurant

Due first to necessary staffing cuts, extreme safety protocols, and now the need to rehire against outsized government stimulus, unemployment benefits and wage requirements, managing and staffing have become the most urgent conversation in restaurants today. This, adding on to the lynch-pin management style restaurants often have, has made restaurant cultures more vulnerable and volatile than ever. If your restaurant is suffering from cut staff, low morale, or ineffective training, you've come to the right place. Join Harlan Scott of Harlan Scott Hospitality, learn how to get back in control of your restaurant and your operation back on autopilot.

How to Measure the Success of Your Conference

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Traditionally, measuring the success of a conference was pretty simple. How many people attended and how much revenue did you generate. In order to get a more global assessment, truly reflecting the impact of a conference on all stakeholders, other quantitative measures should be included. We asked a variety of people working in the field how they evaluate the success of conferences, what aspects they evaluate and how.

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7 Top Tips to Manage Temporary Event Staff and Volunteers

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Managing event staff is a bit like herding cats. It can be tricky enough to know whether everyone is doing exactly what they are supposed to when you are relying on a loyal team of permanent workers. But throw a few temporary workers and volunteers, a tight schedule, and a particularly busy event into the mix, and things have the potential of going very wrong.

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Top 3 Tips On How To Choose A Caterer For A Corporate Event

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A corporate event is a unique opportunity for a brand to show appreciation to the present clients, and offer a friendly hand towards the new clients, partners, or even employees. The event itself is marked with unmatched sophistication. Whether it’s the fun activities one plan, formal brand introduction speech, or the ultimate food one offers to someone’s sophisticated palate, it all has to be done with a careful selection of the right caterer.

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How to Use Events to Promote Your E-commerce Business

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Are you having a hard time attracting customers to your e-commerce site ? Does it feel like your business often gets lost in a sea of competition? Are you looking for that hook - the one factor that gets people’s attention and brings them to your site? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, then it may be time to look into how events could, in fact, help to promote your e-commerce business.

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A Masterclass in Restaurant Digital Transformation

Speaker: Jay Coldren, Alex Barrow, and Greer Kimsey, Street Sense Team

Behaviorists say it takes 21 days to solidify a habit. 365 days of quarantine later, it's safe to say that our customers will be keeping some quarantine habits. At the center of these habits is the digital world: online ordering, advertising, booking, reviewing, etc. It will become essential for restaurants to create omni-channel experiences for customers, and to market them effectively. Join Jay Coldren and his team in this masterclass to learn the tactics for dominating the digital restaurant sphere.

How to Use Events to Promote Your E-commerce Business

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Are you having a hard time attracting customers to your e-commerce site ? Does it feel like your business often gets lost in a sea of competition? Are you looking for that hook - the one factor that gets people’s attention and brings them to your site? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, then it may be time to look into how events could, in fact, help to promote your e-commerce business.

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Three Insights in Turning to Digital Events

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In the wake of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, meeting and event professionals have had to turn on a dime, finding new ways to keep programs running and their attendees engaged. Planners have had to scramble to reimagine their events in record time. Here at Eventinterface we’ve developed three insights with a series of questions to help make the move from live events to virtual events easier for you.

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Three Insights in Turning to Digital Events

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In the wake of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, meeting and event professionals have had to turn on a dime, finding new ways to keep programs running and their attendees engaged. Planners have had to scramble to reimagine their events in record time. Here at Eventinterface we’ve developed three insights with a series of questions to help make the move from live events to virtual events easier for you.

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Top Tips for Planning a Successful Event

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A lot of time and effort goes into planning a work conference or event. If you want it to be successful, it’s not a project you can throw together overnight. Put a solid team in place and start planning your event as early as possible. Begin brainstorming locations, themes and agenda ideas. It’s important to get your act together with plenty of time to spare, so you are not running around and stressing at the last minute.

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Restrictions Into Opportunities: How to Make Your Restaurant Succeed

Speaker: Patrick Cottrell and Joe English

Whether your state allows outdoor dining, takeout only, or a little bit of both, we're here to help. Join Patrick Cottrell and Joe English from Sculpture Hospitality, for a webinar on Jan. 26th, and get your restaurant to thrive in face of pandemic restrictions