Especially when you’re managing multiple stakeholders in order to meet your milestones. Which is why we love tools and tips that are easy to share with our teams and volunteers on how to meet deadlines.
Events must be executed, or the special pieces that make an attendee’s experience so exceptional won’t happen on time. Your audience craves it. Your boss demands it. Your job literally depends on it.
I’m proud to be part of an amazing community of event planners. Though the hours can be long and coffee can be expensive, it’s just a lot of fun.
And as part of Pathable‘s #30DaysofGratitude, we wanted to recognize 11 of our favorite posts that showcase some of the many proud, thankful planners that are out there, loving what they do and making a difference at the organizations they work with and for.
An Impactful Exhibit Hall Booth Takes Planning
Pulling off an impactful exhibit hall booth takes a great deal of planning and an eye for detail. The event not only needs to deliver value and positive experiences to attendees, but it should also embody amazing design in the process – which can be challenging.
In today’s post, we’re offering you top tips for organizing an exhibit hall booth that’s guaranteed to make a lasting impression. From personal branding aspects to matters
Did you know that the Pathable mobile event app has easy ways to help you communicate meaningful information, like global business tips, to your attendees? Most of them you can even pre-schedule or invite your involved members of your attendee community to help you out to lighten your workload!
To this day, the single most impressive interview story I’ve heard from a potential meeting planning candidate was the one who outlined her event risk management and disaster response to a hurricane that made landfall during her annual conference.
I’m from Oklahoma. We had a standing line item in the city budget to rebuild when the tornadoes blew through. I’m cynical about the weather.
And still, as she described how orderly her team operated to move 3,500 people from the