Don’t be afraid to give your best at what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves.

Dale Carnegie (1888—1955)
US motivational writer and lecturer

Ideas become reality! This can be real fun. Once your objectives are clear and your planning is done you can go into action. Though this means a lot of work it’s very rewarding: suddenly, you see things happening! Here you will find suggestions and tips for the various aspects of event management. There are many! Nobody said it would be easy. Happiness must be earned. But as you proceed, you will see that nothing is impossible. Here are some ideas on Event Management.

Event Management: Registration process with hand-over of seminar bag.
Finally, the event day has arrived. Participants are pouring in and register.

However, there are no shortcuts in life. Proper planning will lead to success. It’s in your hands to prepare properly. You create your own opportunities.

Planning always starts with an end in mind: what is your objective, the expected outcome of the seminar or workshop? If you don’t have one, save your time and energy — go shopping, hang out with friends or whatever but do not organise a workshop!

But if you decide to go for a workshop do it properly.


Preparation

Workshop preparation is not just a question of arranging the logistics of the event as a whole.

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Budget and Finance

Many workshops or seminars can be organised at almost no cost. Others — and this will often depend on the audience — will require a greater expenditure. Whatever the event, some money will inevitably be involved — and accordingly we have to deal finance, too.

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Dealing with participants

The reason I do workshops is so I can learn, and I am fortunate that I’ve probably gained more from...

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Seating arrangements

Every one of us is an artist, and as an artist, you really can stroll into any venue that you...

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Location matters

Know the ground, know the weather; your victory will then be total.Sun Tzu (544—496)Chinese General and strategist Location matters. The...

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