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So far CFSEvents has created 7 blog entries.

Adapting to change during a global pandemic – An Events Manager’s perspective

We’ve heard the phrase a lot. These are very much ‘unprecedented times’. From an events perspective, the global COVID-19 pandemic has turned the industry upside down. Where we were busily ensconced in booking logistics for speakers and attendees; liaising with venues about the flow of people and audio-visual requirements and running around the country on site-visits, we are suddenly working from home and all live events are being cancelled or postponed. Our jobs as we knew them just 2 months [...]

2020-06-05T11:01:54+00:002020 Posts|

How to market your event on a budget

Often, when managing an event, very little or none of the event budget is allocated to marketing. Luckily, marketing doesn’t have to be expensive, in fact there are some ways you can spread the word about your event without spending a penny – and we’ve listed a few below to help get you started. Social Media It’s an obvious one, but such a powerful tool that can be used to reach your audience and completely free. Very often companies can [...]

2019-04-19T13:51:31+00:002019 Posts|

Event Sponsorship – How to secure more sponsors in 2019

This month’s blog will be focusing on something crucial to most of our events; the importance of event sponsorship, and the ways in which more companies could agree to sponsoring your event in 2019. Our larger events rely on securing sponsorship to help ensure the event costs are covered.  Whether it’s a small financial requirement such as a contribution towards event stationery, or a much larger fee to help cover venue costs, the ways in which sponsorship should be pitched [...]

2019-04-19T13:53:12+00:002019 Posts|

New Year, New Attitude

Sorry we're slightly late to the party on this year's first blog post, but here goes any way. It’s the start of a New Year, and we’re hoping for new beginnings, fresh starts and all-round positivity for 2019. The New Year ahead of us means two exciting things; new goals and new opportunities! Many of us come up with personal new year’s resolutions, but have you ever come up with a work resolution? We spend just as much time at [...]

2019-04-19T13:48:41+00:002019 Posts|

What roles would the Toy Story characters play in Events Management?

We’ve made it a hat trick! Our third blog post, and this is a fun one! Inspired by one of our all-time favourite family films, Toy Story, a childhood classic. We began thinking about the strong personality traits each of the characters have and how they would apply themselves to events management. Which roles would they take on? What an exciting entourage they would make as an events management team! Supplier negotiator: Woody Someone who will stick his neck out [...]

2019-04-19T13:42:35+00:002018 Posts|

Organising an event overseas

Time for our second blog post! A monthly commitment which we’re more than willing to stick to, as essentially, it’s just putting pen to paper about what we do in the office every day! This month we’re writing about organising an event overseas. One of the perks of our job is getting to visit different cities all over the world. These events put a variety of our events management skills to the test. Here’s a run through of some of [...]

2019-04-19T13:49:22+00:002018 Posts|

Events Marketing – 10 Simple Rules

Our first CFS Events blog post! Why? Because we need to start practising exactly what we are about to preach. How and why you should be marketing your events to delegates. This is our way of creating a quick & simple guide which will help you break through the noise, reach your target delegate audience and encourage them to attend your event. We have pulled together 10 simple rules which, we believe, if you follow them correctly will help you [...]

2019-04-19T13:38:28+00:002018 Posts|
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