Are your Events getting the Media Coverage they Deserve?

Media coverage of your events is a massive opportunity to grow. It offers incredible exposure that allows you to reach a much wider audience. A carefully crafted press release can create a media buzz around your events that leads to more attention, more attendees, and ultimately more money so you can further your impact on your community.

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4 Ways to Continuously Improve as an Event Coordinator

When you’re knees deep the world of event planning, it can be a bit overwhelming. Your to do list can feel never ending, and sometimes it’s just one event after another. With all the hustle and bustle during the year, how do you find time to improve? Here are some of my favorite simple things you can do to improve as you grow (amongst all your planning efforts!).

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My #1 Proven Strategy to Keep Attendees Raving about your Events

You know you’re hosting great events but you just can’t figure out why the enthusiasm dies so quickly.  There’s hardly any momentum and once the event’s over, you just go back to the average day to day interactions.  You mention your event to someone who says, “Oh yeah, I forgot about that.”

It’s time for that to change.

What’s the key to keep attendees raving about your events? Deliver VIP customer experiences from beginning to end.  

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So You Want to Host a Retreat? 3 Questions to Help You Decide

I'm not sure if it's the beautiful warm weather or if there's something in the water, but lately I’ve been getting tons of questions about hosting your own high-end retreats.  Several of you have asked questions like "Should I even host a retreat, what’s involved, where do I start," and more.

Obviously I can’t answer all of your questions in a single post, but I wanted to help you decide if hosting a retreat is even a viable option for you.

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Why You Can't "Become an Event Planner in 30 Days"

Everywhere I turn lately I see get rich quick schemes.  My social media feeds are full of them, and I'm sure yours are too.  Promises of wealth, health, and happiness with little to no effort.  I'm all about being efficient and not working yourself to death, but there's a huge difference between that and the promise you'll "become" something in 30 days or less by not doing much more than you're doing now.

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