Don’t book me, please!

Congratulations! You just won a new client. It was a long and tedious process. Your team spent hours and hours pulling together credentials, testimonials, references and project examples. Eventually you clicked ‘Send’ and shuttled that RFP into the interweb, with all 20 fingers and toes crossed. Then the call came. You won! Cheers, high fives […]

Eventprofs turns 4 years old this coming Saturday. In 4 years it has seen a mention in Tim O’Reilly’s The Twitter Book, awards ceremonies for the industry’s best blogs, and a 24/7 stream of industry-related chatter…and then there’s the weekly chats. Have you missed those chats? I have. And so comes an announcement. Our thanks… […]

Taking risk & burning the boats

Making a shift Growth is about commitment. Unless you’re totally committed to shift, odds are you’ll remain exactly where you are. Find out what’s holding you back from getting to where you want to go and remove those crutches. Give yourself no option but to catapult out of your safety net.   My tipping point […]

Eventprofs turns 4 years old this coming Saturday. In 4 years it has seen a mention in Tim O’Reilly’s The Twitter Book, awards ceremonies for the industry’s best blogs, and a 24/7 stream of industry-related chatter…and then there’s the weekly chats. Have you missed those chats? I have. And so comes an announcement.   Our thanks… […]

If you’ve ever presented an idea, concept, solution, proposal or credentials to a potential client, you’ve pitched. What’s unfortunate is that most pitches are mediocre at best. Enter the new AMC show The Pitch. If you haven’t yet watched The Pitch, you’ve been missing out. Every event planner, wedding planner, event supplier and sales person […]