This week the Endless Entertainment Einsteins says Goodbye to Ralph Morse and reveals the 7 simple secrets to successful Social Media Marketing. Plus- Are you hip enough to attract a younger crowd? Read More
If someone ever told you that grand entrances are indulgences reserved only for bad reality shows on MTV and Disney cartoon princesses, they are probably just unfortunate victims of a limited imagination. As with everything in life, first impressions count. In the lives of marketers, impressions are what make the world spin, and a visually stimulating event entrance can make an unforgettable first impression. Here’s our favorite grand entrance ideas. Read More
There’s no doubt that media influences event themes, from Despicable Me Minion cupcakes at birthday parties to Frozen, Midnight in Paris, and James Bond themed events. Themes are the perfect way to jazz up any event. They also provide flair, planning direction, and icebreakers for your guests. Themes can simplify planning, invoke excitement for those who enjoy dressing up, and bring something special to each unique function. These parties are an exciting, invigorating way to approach an otherwise boring, predictable event. Read More
Whenever I was event planning in a new city, I was coming upon the same problem over and over again. How to get the best local resources in the shortest period of time. I was simply tired of spending hours browsing the internet in order to find information about a specific area and its potential valuable resources. And it was bad for business too. As an event planner, I’m sure you know that timing is everything. So I said to myself that there must be better ways of getting the best out of a new location. And guess what? It is indeed possible to learn essential tricks in a snap!
Below, there are two tools – a mobile phone app and a website. I am constantly using these tools to effectively find local vendors and event planning in new cities. Read More
At the beginning of 2015, I made that trendy vow to get organized and be efficient this year. It’s easy enough to keep a traditional planner, but email is harder to tame. There’s that client’s email to answer, then you need to respond to that follow-up request, and soon, the inbox has snowballed into a monster waiting to suck your time away. I had to rediscover old tricks and try new ones to find my way to a cleaner, organized inbox. Here are four essential add-ons to help conquer your inbox and slay that time-sucker for once and for all.
Yes, there are event planners who are introverts. Introverts excel in getting the details right, from picking the best minute to start an event to choosing the right pre-dinner drinks. So those meticulously planned events people talk about a lot? It’s likely that an introvert made that happen.
Despite this, our world still prefers people to be outgoing and social. In fact, school and work push us to be gregarious and seems to think that being quiet and timid is a negative trait. That doesn’t sit right with us since many people in our team are actually introverts. While some of us can be the life of the party, a few are also the strong, silent type that gets things done. Read More
Time again for the Endless Entertainment Einsteins’ favorite articles from around the web this week! Comic Con to leave San Deigo? Become A Rock Solid Conference Leader and Master Time Management in Every Day life with ten effective and easy tips! And many more articles you don’t want to miss this week! Read More
There have been three transformational moments in my professional career. The first was learning how to delegate when I hired my first employees. The second was developing a good sense of work / life balance through better time management. And the third was discovering the life-changing transformational power of creating flowcharts in Lucidchart – especially for my event processes.
I am here today to discuss the third item and for the record I do not work for Lucidchart, nor do I receive any financial compensation for recommending it – although I wish had set up some type of agreement.
More people are concerned about the environment than ever before. That’s great news for businesses that want to target conscious consumers, but it’s also good news for their bottom line. After all, you also save money when you conserve energy and materials. Because of this increased awareness, we’ve also noticed a shift toward eco-friendly, zero waste events, which makes sense to us. If you want to scale back expenses and attract new clients at your next corporate event or conference, you may want to focus on its environmental impact. A zero-waste event, or “zeewee”, is a clever and conscientious new option for industry conferences and music festivals alike. The term applies to any organized gathering that leaves no trace behind, and there are several cost-effective (and attractive) ways to pull this off. Read More
If one song can jumpstart your day, imagine what the ultimate morning playlist to start your day will do for you. We know how tough it can be to get back into your morning routine, especially after a long weekend, so we put together 10 songs that will be sure to fire you up! Whoever said mornings suck just hasn’t heard our playlist. Read More