Multi-sensory experiences have become the hot activity at events. Now, you can get your guests’ noses into the mix.
Every four years, the Salvation Army gathers its volunteer and uniformed leaders from across the country for its National Advisory Organizations Conference (NAOC).
Intended to inspire, encourage and equip its local and national board members to further advance the organization’s mission, the five-day conference includes award ceremonies, musical tributes and keynote speeches.
Event Solutions welcomes industry icon Preston Bailey who has agreed to join the team and will pen an article for each issue titled “Dear Preston.” This is the first installment from this esteemed industry leader.
For the launch of Sprint’s new Kyocera Echo dual screen Android phone, event producer Fresh Wata decided to go double—big time. From the furniture to the picture frames, the theme of duality was incorporated into many of the event’s elements.
Event Solutions is excited to announce that David Merrell, the owner and creative director of AOO Events in Los Angeles, has joined our Advisory Board.
Here’s a heads-up for NYC-area event planners and designers—Sasha’s coming to town! Sasha Souza, the highly celebrated wedding designer and Event Solutions Advisory Board member, will speak June 7 on Modern Event Design: Inspiration to Completion.
The event takes place from 6-9pm at the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel.
If you are on the subscriber list for our print edition, you’ll know that we love photos—big, beautiful photos of gorgeous events. You may not know this, but most of those photos come from you—our readers.
Almost every planner we know documents his or her events with professional-grade photography, and that’s where we come up with the stunning shots that run in each issue.
Now that we’re all Facebooking and tweeting like we’ve been doing it all our lives, there’s a new twist to the social media scene that adds a whole new dimension to events.
We’re talking about Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which is starting to be used at events all over the world.
When Aztec Tents was asked to build two 1930s-era circus tents for the Water for Elephants movie set, they knew they’d have to do some homework. The plan called for “Big Tops” constructed with authentic materials and construction methods.
The essential ingredient in creating a successful event is the quality and management of the front line staff, who often can be temporary workers brought in to handle tasks like registration and guest services. This allows event organizers to adjust easily and quickly to event fluctuations and unexpected demands.