The 2021 MMRF Team for Cures 5K Recap

On September 12 in Chicago, we officially kicked off the 2021 MMRF Team for Cures 5K walk/run series! It’s been nearly 22 months since our last in-person event with the MMRF, and we worked around the clock with them to make sure it was a safe and successful event. Four hundred people turned out under brilliant blue skies, full of excitement to…

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Too Many Hats or Just the Right Amount?

We’ve all been impacted by this past year in many ways, big and small, and our job responsibilities have definitely felt that impact. Whether you’re at a non-profit, event production company, or anywhere really, the pandemic has changed how business is done and by whom. Like many organizations, staffing at……

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Happy 18th Birthday, Event 360!

Happy birthday, mighty Event 360! As we approach our 18th birthday on November 27th, we’re excited to take a moment and reflect on this special place that so many have called “home” since its founding in 2002. Not many small businesses reach the “old enough to vote” milestone, and our……

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Collaboration Drives Innovation: Communications

By Cheryl Stern (with an assist from Joann Collins) Continuing our Collaboration Drives Innovation series and our goal to provide real, practical help to organizations navigating the non-profit and events spaces amidst this global crisis, Brand Manager Cheryl Stern talks out our approach to managing communication. Previously we’ve tackled…

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Collaboration Drives Innovation: Rethinking Events

Our Collaboration Drives Innovation series aims to provide help and advice specific to this unique moment in time. So far we’ve tackled working from home and participant coaching. This week, Account Director Janelle Benuska, shares what she has learned about rescheduling and reinventing events. “Plans are of little…

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Building A Great Team!

By Rene Tamayo Last month, our event team completed the final Susan G. Komen 3-Day of the 2019 season. As always at the end of an event season, it provides a moment to reflect on what we have accomplished and evaluate what contributed to the success… Read More

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Don’t Rain on My Parade…or My Event!

By Rene Tamayo Weather, whether good or bad, plays a major role in determining how successful your event will be. When weather is perfect, it almost seems like nothing can go wrong —everything falls into place and we can focus on giving participants a wonderful time doing good for their……

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People and Puppies: Event 360 Loves Both!

By Gayla Cruikshank My husband and I just celebrated our 30th wedding anniversary and we are empty nesters. I selfishly wanted to find a way to volunteer that wouldn’t take too much time away from home, since we love enjoying quiet time on our back porch with dinner and wine.…

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Special Circumstances on Event

By Jake Geiger Over the years, we’ve dealt with a plethora of special circumstances on event. This past year was no exception. We added some new ones to the archive and were also visited by some old friends, the uninvited kind. Here is one of our favorites from 2018. I……

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