Event security is priority #1 these days. It’s a combination of integrity, honesty, responsibility and risk management in one hyper-important package. Let’s say you have developed a solid practical, doable Emergency Action Plan, but you have a nagging feeling that you could do more. Here’s how to enhance your event security in one step – within your budget.
The much ballyhooed 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival ended up a gigantic bust. Why? It suffered from some of the same challenges you face in selecting and booking entertainment for your events and conferences. Here’s what your next event can learn from Woodstock 50.
Over the past few years we’ve seen the trend of quiet, spa-like spaces take hold at events and trade shows with the goal of providing participants an opportunity to retreat and relax. Recently, we saw a similar, but opposite approach… a bold and funky space designed to retreat and energize.
People may forget your booth, but they won’t forget your people. Once attendees enter your space, everything they know and feel about your company, organization, product, or service comes from the few minutes they spend with your booth staff. That makes your show training crucial.