Event Management Services is delighted to be working with The London Library for their Words In The Square event – a fantastic celebration of the Library’s 175th anniversary exploring the worlds of books and ideas, featuring some of the biggest names in literature and the arts.
Once a conference is over and delegates have returned to the office, what happens next can have a direct impact on how participants perceive the value of your event. It’s important attendees retain the tips, information and strategies you offered.
How can you ensure your attendees leave your event feeling fully connected? After managing many successful events, we know that maximising your delegates’ level of engagement and providing the most enjoyable experience for everyone, across all aspects of the event, is the best way to do this.
Not everyone is born a natural event planner. What traits does a successful event planner need to display? If you are choosing someone to manage your conference or event, here are some specific qualities we think you should look out for…
Event Management Services has been going for over 10 years and embodies a wealth of international experience in the business conference industry. Seasoned conference pros and founders of EMS, Carol Baines and Suzy Sclater, tell us how it all began…
The world is getting smaller and business events are increasingly international, which brings people and populations of different countries and cultures together. How does this impact your event planning?
With the ease of using Google Translate for every day communications, you might think it would be pretty easy to provide the presentations at conferences in a second, or in multiple languages. Think again….