Creating an event can be easy. Creating an outstanding event is hard work. There’s no shortcut to the perfect event with so much detail to take into consideration. Taking measures for risk management is also something we need to ensure so that’s more items on our checklists. Fret not, however. If you want a guaranteed successful event, all you need is to ensure you do certain things – while avoiding others. Small events present their challenges but - the bigger the event, the bigger the risk. So where does one start?
The ability to network successfully can be one of the greatest assets in our line of business. It allows some people to find incredible opportunities, while others just watch from the sidelines.
Effective networking isn’t a result of luck — it requires hard work and persistence. What does it take to be a super networker? Here are seven of the most important habits to develop according to Lewis Hewis, co-author of LinkedWorking (2009):
On Site Malta is a creative and innovative DMC with a dynamic and multi-lingual team of 15 event professionals who organised the largest event on the island with 7000 guests in September 2014:
Two years of intricate planning, two weeks of set-up with over 200 crew members, and two days of intense rehearsals by the international artists and their troupes, led up to the largest event ever held in Malta which entertained some 7000 guests. The Valletta Waterfront, a busy, operational cruise port and business hub was the chosen venue, which was beautifully transformed for this special event.
There are so many perks of using social media that the list may seem endless. This varies, however on your ultimate goal or what you plan to achieve. With so many new social network sites cropping up all over the internet, an event marketer may feel overwhelmed to say the least.
Although the viniculture in Malta is very young, however in a very short span of time some very good wines have been produced thanks to wineries like Meridiana. Established in 1987 over 47 acres of land, previously occupied by a Second World War airport, Meridiana is the only winery in Malta that grows its entire production on its own premises. With an estimate of 150,000 bottles a year, Meridiana enjoys a variety of exclusive wines all named after Greek Gods amongst which Isis and Nexus.