Event Planning Tools

Posts 10-20 (of 19): Effective promotion is core to good event planning. SceneSquid takes care of promotion for you, letting you focus on the rest of your planning checklist.

Christine Healy talks events and the publishing industry

Christine Healy is an alum of GWU’s Events and Marketing major and is now the Events Manager for InTheCapital.

published on Jun 15, '16


Tools to Help Make Event Promotion Easier

Promoting events effectively means mastering an array of media channels, many of which didn’t even exist 15 years ago.

published on Jun 15, '16


Why You Should Promote Your Event on Local Blogs

Marketing an event inherently means marketing something local. Even if it’s televised the world over, that special show or exhibition can only happen ...

published on Jun 15, '16


Write an Event Description That People Will Actually Read

Your event is planned: The musicians have been booked and the caterer is all set to go. All you have left to do is write and post your event description ...

published on Jun 15, '16


What Your Ticket Price Says About Your Event

When planning an event, one of the decisions you’ll need to make is how much to charge for tickets. You should investigate other events taking place ...

published on Jun 15, '16


7 Tricks to Become an Event Organization Jedi

Awesome, memorable events don’t just magically fall into place. Putting together and promoting an event, in any industry, takes a lot of organizing ...

published on Jun 15, '16


Site Visit 101: How to Get the Most Out of Your In-Person Planning

“Location, location, location!” – it’s the catchphrase of the real estate industry, and it’s no different for event planning. The setting you choose is a ...

published on Jun 15, '16


Hiring Help: 5 Ways to Set Your Event Temp Up For Success

If you’re responsible for planning a big event for your organization, you know that coordinating all the details is sometimes too much work for one person.

published on Jun 15, '16


How to Organize a Non-Profit Art Show: 5 Tips

Creating good working relationships with everyone involved is the key to ensuring a successful non-profit art show. This includes the artists, donors...

published on Jun 15, '16