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  • Learning a Second Language for The Events Industry, 29 Apr 2016

    While it is often required by many non-native English speakers to learn English for business, native-English speakers often don’t have to take the time to learn…

  • FEAR OF ACRONYM FAIL (FAF), 18 Apr 2016

    The acronym is an inescapable organism of modern business vernacular. Perhaps there was once some sense of acronym creation control or curation, but these days I…

  • Top 10 Traits of a Successful Event Manager, 03 Nov 2015

    Some event managers are born, others are made. Today, the field of event management has become much more streamlined and demands high professional standards from event…

  • Think Outside the Event Bag, 31 Mar 2015

    Have you ever attended an event and received a bag filled with some cool stuff? Or did you immediately throw out the items the minute you…

  • What I Wish I Knew As A Planner Starting My Career, 17 Mar 2015

    In my role managing a team of nonprofit event planners, I get to work with amazing young people who are just starting their careers in the…

  • Putting Your Skills To The Test, 02 Mar 2015

    Hi everyone! I’m back, and boy do I have some more tricks up my sleeve! The last time you heard from me, I was dishing out…

  • Motherhood & Event Planning Go Hand in Hand, 12 Feb 2015

    A few months ago I had the chance to live the overwhelming experience of becoming a mother. And now I have to learn to become a parent……

  • Events on the Edge: Tales from New Zealand Part 1, 20 Jan 2015

    New Zealand is about the same geographical size as the United Kingdom but with fewer people — 4.5 million at last count. To put this in…

  • Street Smarts vs. Book Smarts: What’s Important in Events?, 15 Jan 2015

    As a recent college graduate eager to get into the work force, I always ask myself: “What can I do to better prepare myself for the…

  • Top 3 Mistakes Event Planners Make, 16 Dec 2014

    Something will go wrong at your next event. It is simply a fact – with so many details, both big and small that need to be…