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Improve Your Presentation Skills

Are you presenting at your upcoming event? Mastering public speaking can take a long time, however following are some simple ways to instantly improve your presentation skills. Answer questions when they are asked: Firstly, you should always repeat the question out loud so that the rest of the audience can hear, and secondly, you should answer questions as they are... View Article

Get Your Event Noticed

You may think your event will be the most fantastic of the year…. but how do you get others to know about it? Here are some tips to help get your event noticed-feel free to let us know what has worked for you, and add any others! · Create a catchy event title. It needs to be interesting! Try and... View Article

Increase Your Ticket Sales in January!

Depending on your event, ticket sales can be slow in January. People are tired and broke from celebrating, and lack enthusiasm. Here are a few ideas which can help kick start sales, and get the year started off right to increase your ticket sales in January! Reward regular ticket purchasers- If you hold events regularly, you should have regular supporters,... View Article

Leave Work Behind While you are on Holidays

It can be difficult to ‘switch off’ from crazy work mode to simply relaxing and spending time with family and friends, yet it is important. Nearly one third of all Australian workers will not properly ‘clock off’ this holiday break- work will get done and that is great, but what if you just return to work exhausted , without the... View Article

How to Grab and Keep Audience Attention

It’s no secret that our attention spans are becoming shorter and shorter, so the task to keep your audience engaged has become much harder. Look at the amount of time the average person spends staring at their mobile device each day, and you will see that you have your work cut out for you…. People no longer want to delve... View Article

3 Lessons to Learn From From Event Fails

Running an event is hard work, and there are a lot of things to remember and consider. Things can go wrong even for the most experienced event organisers, so if you’re running an event for the first time, it’s best to be as prepared as possible. If you haven’t had the opportunity to learn from your own event organising experience,... View Article

Contingency Plans and Debriefing For Your Event

A lot of work goes into event management – there’s so much to organise, book, confirm, promote, trial, etc, etc (the list goes on!). As a result, it’s very easy to overlook some things. However, there are two very important tasks – tasks often brushed aside – which are critical for making your event the best it can be. These... View Article

Planning a Successful Conference

Planning a successful conference can be quite daunting, but it is important to spend the time getting it right. A well run conference leads to increased productivity and better results, whereas a poorly run conference is a reflection on you, your organisation and leads to frustrated attendees who learn little. Following are some tips on making your conference a success-... View Article

Running an Effective Team Building Event

A good team building event can really improve overall team performance. A not-so-good event can have employees dreading the event, horrified with visions of climbing mountains and jumping into each others arms… Here are some tips we have uncovered on running an effective team building event… * Link the challenges faced during the day to the challenges faced day to... View Article