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Easily create communication materials for your event
To keep your event at the top of your attendees’ minds, you need to create consistency between the themes tackled and the visual experience. If these two elements are coordinated, your message will have a stronger impact - and that is what makes a successful event!
Event accessibility – a priority for all event planners
13.3 million English people live with a disability. You may not know this - as many disabilities are not visible - but it is very likely that disabled persons attend the events you organise.
Why should you use an “early bird” ticket sale strategy?
Selling early bird - or pre-sales - tickets is generally considered a good idea when you organise events well in advance. By offering a 20 to 50% discount compared with the final sale price, you can really promote your event to future attendees.
Our advice to increase your registrations and membership fees online
Are you collecting registrations for sports classes, hobbies, or for a lecture series? Are you selling season tickets for a cultural or sports venue? Is your association looking to collect membership fees or ask for donations?
Our tips to organise a fundraising event
For many schools and associations, organising an event is the perfect opportunity to raise funds. Lotteries, music shows, bake sales, karaokes, quizzes, dances, or galas can help them reach their goals and finance projects. How to do this? What are the most important choices?
What are the 10 essential qualities of any good event planner?
Would you like to start planning events? or maybe recruit an event planner? Whatever your interest in this career, you should know that it is a very specific job requiring a wide range of skills.
How to find funding for an association?
An association needs funding to sustain its activity, especially when it regularly organises events. Finding funding then almost becomes a full-time activity. Diversifying your sources of financing is also essential so as not to risk finding yourself suddenly with no cash.