One thing we realised during the pandemic is just how much we enjoy planning and hosting in-person events! Whether it’s a brand launch, networking event or milestone to celebrate for one of our clients – we thrive at every step of the process. This typically ranges from conceptualising the event, liaising with the venue, suppliers and attendees, to making sure every detail is taken care of on the day. We’ve also realised just how important events are to build relationships and create healthy spaces to learn and network.
To get this right, we need to understand exactly what your vision is, and then map out a detailed project plan and timeline for all the moving parts. Our approach is to say, “leave the logistics and detail to us, and focus on what you do best.”
We’ve assembled the dream team to make each event an occasion to remember.
As our lead events manager, Frankie’s over 12 years’ of experience in the industry includes but is not limited to working on the following events and conferences to create a world-class experience for brands and companys all over the world.
With ideation and activator as two of her key strengths, Emma is great at conceptualising events and getting things started.
And when it comes to making sure every t is crossed and i is dotted, Dom takes centre stage. Her ability to assemble a multitude of moving parts into a seamless, streamlined process is one of her superpowers, and essential to the success of our clients’ events.
Automation can be used in various ways to improve the planning and execution of events. Some ways automation can be used in the events industry include:
1. Event registration: Automating the registration process can help streamline the process for attendees and event organisers. This can include online registration, payment processing, and confirmation emails.
2. Marketing and promotion: Automated email campaigns and social media posts can help promote the event and keep attendees informed.
3. Event management: Automated tools can be used to manage tasks such as scheduling, budgeting, and tracking attendance. This can help make the planning process more efficient and allow organisers to focus on other aspects of the event.
4. On-site management: Automated check-in, badge printing, and other on-site management tools can help speed up the process and improve the overall event experience for attendees.
5. Data analysis: Automated data analysis can help stakeholders make data-driven decisions about future events. It can be used to evaluate the success of past events, identify areas for improvement, and inform future planning.
It’s important to note that automation is not a replacement for human input and creativity but rather a tool to make the process more efficient and effective.
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