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Why Don’t People RSVP?

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog, Event Planning, Event Strategy | 6 comments

Follow If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me ‘why don’t people RSVP”, I would be a rich gal!  Seriously, I get asked this question all the time by family, friends, colleagues and clients.  It dumbfounds people that someone wouldn’t respond to an invitation (to their fantastic, expensive, time-consuming, labor-intensive event!).  ...

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What Makes an Event Successful?

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

Follow What makes an event successful?  Is it the people who attend, the food and drinks they consume, or their actions after the event?  No surprise, it’s a variety of success factors … but primarily, it’s what you do before the event that has the most impact on your event’s success: Strategy – define purpose, target...

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Award-Winning Ideas for Your Next Event

Posted by on Apr 10, 2013 in Blog, Business Events, Event Planning, Event Strategy, Non-Profit Events | 0 comments

Follow Did you hear the News?  On Sunday evening, I won a coveted Capital Award from the Greater Washington DC chapter of the International Special Event Society (ISES DC) for a fundraising gala I co-produced with 30 sponsors and a 14-person steering committee in March 2012.  I’ve been told by many people that it was a fabulous event but why?  More...

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Special Events are like Family Vacations

Posted by on Apr 3, 2013 in Blog, Business Events, Event Planning, Event Strategy, Non-Profit Events | 0 comments

Follow Have you ever been on vacation trying hard not to think about work but ultimately, thinking about work?  That was me last week.  While lounging at the pool one afternoon, I thought about how planning a family vacation is a lot like planning a special event; both are planned for the people who will experience them … or at least they should...

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