More Lessons Learned in 2015

Last month we shared lessons learned from some of the team at Event 360. Today we hear from Sarah Coniglio, Director of Event Production. Sarah shares her greatest lesson from the past year and reminds us when it comes to events, we must always be on our toes. “Events…

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The Consideration for a Safe Event

Last year, the 2013 Boston MuckFest MS was held one week after the 2013 Boston Marathon. Following the tragedy of the Boston Marathon, we carefully reviewed all of our security measures – questioning what we could do to ensure the safety of our participants, volunteer and staff. Our event site……

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In Case of Emergency

Years ago, I added an “I.C.E” contact to my cell phone’s address book. I gave that “in case of emergency” listing little thought until April 15, 2013. As a 2013 Boston Marathon runner, I watched first-hand as the day’s tragic events unfolded. In addition to experiencing the overwhelming fear and……

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Making the Most of Rain Delays

In the world of event fundraising, a dire weather forecast can be one of the most demanding challenges for an event planner. Yet, dealing with rain and other bad weather are an inevitable part of the business. Over the past eight years we’ve been through it all, and through that……

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