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Survey Says …

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Blog, Business Events, Event Planning, Event Strategy, Non-Profit Events, Personal Celebrations | 0 comments

Follow How well do you know your event guests? Do you know why they attend your event and what they expect from their investment?  And more importantly, on the flip-side, do you know why people don’t attend your events? Knowing your guests motivations and values, as well as likes, dislikes and even demographics, is important for proper strategic...

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Is Your Awards Ceremony Worthy of an Oscar?

Posted by on Feb 20, 2013 in Blog, Business Events, Event Planning, Event Strategy, Non-Profit Events | 0 comments

Follow On Sunday evening, Hollywood will roll out the red carpet to celebrate the movie industry’s best talent at the 85th Academy Awards. In addition to the A-list attendees, Seth McFarlane will host; Adele and other musicians will perform; the cast of Chicago will reunite; and the 50th anniversary of James Bond will be celebrated.  Add champagne...

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4 Reasons for Events

Posted by on Feb 15, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Follow In posh productions’ February newsletter, I wrote an article, “4 Reasons Why Events Should Part of Your Marketing Toolbox”.  In sum, I’m an advocate for leveraging events to market your business or organization, and stated that “when used in conjunction with other marketing activities like social media, blogs and emails, for example,...

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Is your Event Timeline On-time?

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Blog, Business Events, Event Planning, Non-Profit Events | 0 comments

Follow Event producers are often teased for being “train conductors”.  We’re notorious, especially on-site, for watching the clock and monitoring time.  Why?  Because one delay has the domino effect of creating many other delays! For example, a timeline was developed for a previous event.  One of the line items was to mail the invitation 8...

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