RSVP instructions are not an optional response. Planners need to know the number of attendees.
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Well-known people can boost an event but heed these steps when booking speakers.
A well-known speaker certainly elevates the profile of your event. But does it raise money and awareness for your organization?
From bullets to bacon, Visit Knoxville will get it done.
EventCheck Knox checked in with Visit Knoxville to find out exactly what the organization offers event planners.
The cake maker matters. And this story takes the cake.
With the pending arrival of warm weather, planners heat up with events filling their calendars.
Thinking about adding animals to your event for a little pizzazz? Read this first!
Convenience. Cost. Creativity. Those are three guiding principles for planners when deciding where to hold an event.
When I think about communication, or the lack thereof, my mind immediately goes to “Who’s on first?” – the classic Abbott and Costello comedy sketch about the names of baseball players.
It’s no secret that the purpose of nonprofit events is to raise money for worthy causes. It therefore stands to reason that the bottom line of nonprofit events is, well, the bottom line.
Whether the draw is entertainment, food, inspiration or the magic of Christmas, it’s important to find a way to stand out in the fall and holiday season when social calendars are full.
Social calendars fill up quickly during the busy fall and holiday seasons. How do you make your event stand out from the crowd?