How to Find your Life Balance Groove

Written by Melanie Toner Ask any busy professional who is planning an event about multitasking. Whether they have a large team or a small operation, they will likely run on about their pride in managing more than one project or task at a time. For many years multitasking was a……

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DAV Run to Honor Veterans Recap

Members of the Event 360 team have spent the past two weekends working hard to produce two events in the DAV 5K Run to Honor Veterans series  – one in San Diego on November 7th and one in Atlanta on November 14th. This was Event 360’s second year…

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De-stress/Unplug on Event

Written by Kari Johnson Working live events is stressful. It doesn’t matter the scope or scale of the event, working with vendors, sponsors, clients, participants, deadlines, and expectations is stressful. Taking the time to step away for a few minutes while working to get outside of the event bubble is……

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Your Event Security Resources – Part #2

Written by David Kramer Once you have identified the major security risks for your event (see part 1) it is time to start evaluating and coordinating the resources that will be required to respond to those risks appropriately. The most critical security resource is the people involved in staffing…

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Determining Your Event Security Risks – Part #1

Written by David Kramer You’re having an event. You’ve considered the costs, determined the value, and the final outcome is a resounding, “YES! Let’s make it happen!” Whether starting from scratch or continuing a tradition, the time has come to dig in and get things in order. It’s time to……

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Making the Most of Feedback – Event Survey Results

Written by Molly Fast Whether doing so through post-event surveys or by asking participants you interact with on event, there are so many opportunities to learn how your participants really feel about their event experience. Receiving feedback is critical to the success of your event, the long-term health of your……

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The Power of Process

Last week our team met in person to kick-off our year, talk through the project plan and work on enhancements for our event, MuckFest MS. The meetings were a great success and part of the reason (beside the fact that we have a kickass team) is that we chose to……

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Event Site Development 101

As the Site Development and Technical Services Production Manager at Event 360, I’ve spent more hours than I can count scouting and scouring the country in search of the perfect site. For some, when first assigned with the task of finding a site for an event, it can be overwhelming.…

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Dealing with the “Live” Event Dynamic

From the minute you decide to hold an event all the way until the last Thank You note is sent – there is always the “live” event dynamic. This means that anything can happen throughout the event life-cycle. Often times, it’s things that are at times completely uncontrollable.  It runs……

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