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How to successfully plan a ball

Planning a successful ball requires a lot of hard work and making the right management decisions. Everything should be done so that your participants feel special and pampered. Several tools and planning choices will help you optimise your event’s management thereby ensuring its success. Here you can find our recommendations to plan a successful ball.

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7 tips to make your event a success

Creating an event can be a long and tedious process. So, how can managing your project be made more enjoyable? The first thing is to change your approach: thinking about the whole organisation in advance will considerably reduce your subsequent workload. Whatever your event, the tips provided in this article will help you plan every step of your event in the best possible way.

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How to organise an esports tournament

It is not uncommon these days for an event, particularly an esports tournament, to sell out the biggest venues in the countries where they are organised. We can observe an increasing number of these tournaments - even “amateur” ones - across Europe and the UK where these competitions are highly popular. If you wish to organise an esports tournament, here is our advice:

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Good practices to plan a running race

Races have gained in popularity in the UK and elsewhere, and participants are numerous whether they are running enthusiasts, competitors or amateurs, running with their family, as part of a team or alone. Here are some examples of races: 5K, 20K, cross-country or road race, in support of a good cause or to challenge oneself. You have run several kilometres as a participant and enthusiast and you are thinking of organising your own race in 2019?

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How to find a sponsor for your event

Do you have big ambitions for your event? Would you like to increase your attendance? Think about getting a sponsor! Before contacting a potential sponsor, you need to know how to convince them: Firstly, you should identify your commonalities, whether it is a shared passion, a commitment, or something else. This is what will pique the interest of the brand and convince its representatives to invest in your project.

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Reviewing your event: key indicators to use

Once your event is over, it is very important to take stock. It can be difficult to know what to look for among all the data collected. At the end of your event, naturally you will seek the return on investment of all this organisation and the positive impacts of your choices and decisions. What are the data and indicators to track in order to know how to make a clear and solid assessment of your event?

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