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Event 360’s Jennifer Hanskat was busy in June participating in not one, but two events! In her latest event, she swapped color for mud! Read on to get Jennifer’s perspective in her second year participating in the Dirty Girl Mud Run.
Most of us spend our days constantly connected, juggling text messages, emails, phone calls and social media. Every day, billions of people log on to social media to share snippets of their lives. When the divide between work life and home life has been merged, supporting your staff to make social media a helpful tool can bring interconnectedness to an office rather than conflict.
Next up in our blog series, Event 360 Explores, Aubrey Cushing shares her experience participating in the Out of the Darkness Overnight organized by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).
Building an expense budget can seem a bit overwhelming knowing that there are so many things to procure and resources to support the event from start to finish.
Next up in our blog series, Event 360 Explores, Jennifer Hanskat takes us through her first experience doing a color run.
I received a request to help an acquaintance land a job in the non-profit/event space. She has been applying for jobs like crazy and wanted suggestions of openings, places to look or “any other advice in breaking into working with/for non-profits.”
What do you do when an event vendor or a vendor order doesn’t show up for your event? What can you do prior to the event to ensure that the risk of this happening is minimized? How can your team be prepared to take action to correct the situation?
Planning a special event of any size requires the ability to manage many, many details. As event planners, we are required to manage all the details – small and large – not dropping any balls and making decisions on the fly under extreme pressure.
Next up in our blog series, Event 360 Explores, we hear from Katie Zupancic who just finished the St. Jude Country Music Marathon & 1/2 Marathon.
Last week Erin talked about what do to when wrong information goes out on your event’s website or via group email to your participant base. This week, I’m picking up the baton to talk about what to do when wrong information goes out during 1:1 phone and/or email conversations between your event staff and participants.