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John Hunt, a professor at the London Business School, notes that only 30% of event managers think they can delegate. Of these 30%, only one of every three staff members say that they distribute tasks very well. Thus, only one-tenth of event managers have good enough delegation skills to cope with an event planning tasks list. What we offer is a way to discover how to delegate tasks effectively for organising events successfully with expert help.
The mobile app industry has become one of the biggest industries in existence. Over the past few years, it has attracted literally billions of smartphone owners, who use mobile apps daily.
We like the event industry because you’re unlikely to find two identical events, and there is always something new to discover. But sometimes this “new” becomes a real challenge when event planning goes wrong. No one, not even the most experienced organiser, can predict that.
To run an event successfully, you need to prepare a good event program and an event speaker’s agenda—a schedule or protocol for speakers about what they will say and how they will act on the stage, etc.
Before every event, it’s important to think over the agenda, determine the list of participants, and read the reports of all the speakers and other relevant materials. All of this will require additional effort from event planners, but as a result, the event will run much more smoothly.
From team-building events and presentations to conferences and quarterly reports, you probably want to know one thing: how to make events more fun. You can organise workshops or festivals, quests, flash mobs, tours, or concerts or maybe even promote business by organising a thematic event for it. What should be done to ensure that there is some fun at a serious event?