How Events Help Bridge the Online/Offline Gap
If you’re running an online business, then you’re still going to want to have some form of presence in the offline world. This helps to humanise your business, and humanisation is something that will encourage people to buy your products or hire your services.
21 Productivity Tools Every Event Planner Should Know About
The availability of good productivity tools can make or break an event planner’s productivity level just when they need it to be at its best.
BRIDAL ALERT: Here Are 2017’s Top Trending Wedding Themes!
With summer 2017 fast approaching and all of you lovebirds planning on tying the knot, here are a few of my favourite trending wedding themes to inspire your perfect day.
Event Planners Succeed When They Go Where Their Fear Tells Them to Avoid
Performing artists believe their professional growth relies on taking the roles that scare them most. Event Planners everywhere, take note.
Planning An Event? Here’s How To Keep Calm & Carry On
Working in events is stressful. Rated 5th on the most stressful jobs of 2016, event planners share the top 10 with military personnel, airline pilots and firefighters.
Why InAnyEvent London Is The Right Agency For Your Next Event
Founder & Master of Occasions Amir Hussein, explains why his unique events agency, InAnyEvent London, is the right agency for your next event.
The Importance of Event Security For Event Planners
Ensuring security at events is and should always be an essential part of any event planners thoughts when organising any size event, especially with the recent spate of terror attacks around the globe. For most planners, event security has now become what feels like a painful topic thrust under the spotlight.
The London Luxury Expo 2017 Set to Take Over ExCel Next Summer
Diamonds and rubies, we’re crazy about Bentley’s, Gucci dresses and drop top Kompressors, just a few of our favourite things that come to mind when we think about The London Luxury Expo 2017.
Event Floor Plans & Seating Arrangements Made Simple [Infographic]
Covering event industry best practices and basics of laying out floorplans, incl. seating arrangements, for banquets, u-shape, auditorium/theatre etc.
Oi! Stop Breaking Your Own Damn Heart!
Stop telling yourself you’re not good enough. Stop thinking you’re less. Stop walking around with your head to the ground, picking at every flaw, focusing on every deficiency, making a list of wrongs just to tape it to your chest and label yourself as unworthy.
Eneko at One Aldwych: Marrying Flavours Across Cultures
Marrying flavours across cuisines has been in practice for centuries. It’s only a natural progression in our evolution as people move around and settle in different parts of the world and food is the central sharing element across cultures.
5 Time Saving Steps to Creating Your First Newsletter
Email newsletters are bigger than ever before, and with the rise of the digital sphere, the ways in which we can create and consume content are constantly adapting and evolving. One method which has gained particular popularity in recent months is the email newsletter.
Summer Birthday? Be Inspired By These Awesome London Venues
From hipster hangouts in Shoreditch to posh party venues in Mayfair, London’s abundance of spaces that will make your friends wish they had changed their flights back from Ibiza.
Does Productivity Have a Set Time and Place?
The world around us is rapidly changing, and by that I don’t mean climate change. One big change – and I feel that maybe this doesn’t mean much to my generation – the level of freedom we have is an incredible privilege because it was that not long ago, that us women didn’t have the right to vote or even wear trousers.
Guess What’s Been Dubbed The Most Off-putting Thing You Can Possibly Do in An Email?
Work emails are, as we all well know, a potential minefield; tone can be lost, meanings misinterpreted, and tensions can reach insane new highs with each person you passive aggressively CC in.
My Open Letter to a Friend Who Needs to Realise Their Self-Worth
We’ve been taught to cover up the ugly parts, mask the pain, and respond with routine answers of “Things are good,” and “I’m fine,” whenever someone asks how we are. We keep silent about too many things, at the risk of misinterpretation or judgment for the irrational fears and self-doubt we all share.