It’s competition time!

A Midsummer Night’s Dream -Shakespeare at Squerryes From 18 to 19 June Shakespeare comes to the magical Squerryes Court, one of Kent's leading private stately homes and we have 2 tickets to give away for a performance. The performance, directed by award-winning Actor Ian Hughes, will be delivered on a specially built all-seated area at the front of … Continue reading It’s competition time!

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end of #cycletwo on the #90daysssplan

Well! here I am, I have made it through 8 weeks of the #90daysssplan and tomorrow morning I hand in my measurements and statistics.   Since starting I have lost 2.5 kilos from the start of cycle 1 and absolutely nothing on cycle 2.  Considering I have eaten pasta, rice and bread for every single meal … Continue reading end of #cycletwo on the #90daysssplan

My 3 Es of Event Perception

Enjoyable is what it is all about. Great post!

Eventfully Hatty

During my studies, I’ve noticed that a lot of academics like alliteration – from Kotler’s 5 Ps of marketing to Gordon’s 11 Cs of customer relationships, many researchers have jumped on the bandwagon to assert their opinions. As a soon-to-be events graduate, it occurred to me that my fellow students and I are the future of academic literature, so why not give it a go now?!

My 3 Es of Event Participation (2)

Effective It’s crucial that your event meets the aims and objectives set for it before you started to organise it – and if you didn’t set aims and objectives then you’re setting yourself up for an ineffective event before you even begin! Whether you hope to spread a message, teach a lesson, raise some money or just give someone a great time, it’s important to know what you wish to achieve. When I’m planning an event, I usually work to multiple sets of aims and objectives…

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Event Theming – Part 1

Coming up with a concept for an event with that all important wow factor is hard! It's either been done to death or is boredom city.  Working in corporate events means that whilst the bulk of events is seminars and conferences, once in a while you need to pitch that event idea that will not … Continue reading Event Theming – Part 1

Instagram for #eventprofs

I use Instagram religiously in both my personal and professional spheres and think that for a small business in any industry that offers a visual element then Instagram is a must. As an event manager I use Instagram to capture images of my events live, using those images and pushing them out to the various social media … Continue reading Instagram for #eventprofs

So I have started #cycle2 #90daysssplan

Its day 3, I worked until midnight last night and had to get up at 5.00 am this morning to make food but you know what? I DID IT. I have my little bag packed with breakfast, lunch, dinner, supplements and a carefully measured out 25 grams of Macadamia nuts and I feel great.     … Continue reading So I have started #cycle2 #90daysssplan

Diary of an #Eventprof’s ‘Venue Spotlight’ – InterContinental® London – The O2!

this is great- I can’t wait to visit!

Diary of an #Eventprof

InterContinental London - The O2As an event professional and more importantly resident and lover of all things Greenwich, I was extremely excited to hear about the opening of the hotel I’m featuring in my first Diary of an #Eventprof’s ‘Venue Spotlight’ feature.

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