I’m open about the fact that I have dyslexia. When people ask me what it’s like to run a business when I have dyslexia, I have to stop and think about it.
I love to explore. And after of lot of exploring over the years, I’ve come up with my personal approach to fully experiencing cities—cities that are new to me or my old favourites.
As a person with dyslexia, I’ve always found it funny—and frustrating—that the word “dyslexic” is so hard to spell!
In my last blog, I talked about attracting attendees to your events. Another audience that's critical to the bottom line for many events, both fundraisers and business conferences, is corporate sponsors.
Whew! I'm back home after an exhilarating three weeks managing a client event in Kiev, Ukraine. Normally, I'd race back to Seattle and hit the ground running to manage another client event.
I'm a Brit living in Seattle and running a U.S. business that produces large corporate conferences and events. It's a business that's all about people.
When it comes to event planning, the Devil is truly in the details!
An event security team isn't just a physical presence at event, it also offers peace of mind to you, your guests, and your event team.
When I bring up the issue of event security with my event management clients, they can get nervous. Sometimes resistant.
When discussing my favorite topic—event management—with colleagues and clients, I'm often asked: what's the best way to get the word out about an event and attract attendees?