Beyond Tables, Tents, Chairs and Permits

I’m planning an event and this time it’s not for work: I’m getting married. It’s a little surreal to undertake a production within my own life because I’m experiencing what it’s like to be on the other side of the equation. What’s been most surprising to me is how many……

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Cycle for Survival Helps Reinvent the Charity Ride

I’m always on the lookout for cost-effective event fundraising concepts. That’s why I’m intrigued by the success of Cycle for Survival, a team cycling event that takes place indoors. It’s a brilliant idea that overcomes the logistical and monetary challenges of outdoor cycling events — and one that…

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Fundraising Minimums: What Are You Afraid Of?

Next month, I’ll be participating in a new-to-me fundraising event that doesn’t require, or seem to encourage, participants to raise a certain amount of money. There’s no fundraising minimum or goal. No registration fee. It’s a little like visiting a foreign country—I’ve never participated in an event of this nature. ……

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