Social Wall: A Win-win Strategy In Your Virtual Events
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by Dan
10M ago
Virtual Events are becoming everyone’s go-to plan when it comes to organizing any event. That’s because when you go virtual, you can give your event a global stage. Virtual events are accessible from any part of the world; all you need is the event’s virtual link, a device, and an internet connection. Brands are no longer bound by geographical boundaries. They save a lot of money as a virtual event takes less than half the amount required for organizing a physical event. With so many possibilities, there is one thing a virtual event can’t assure. It can’t keep the viewers hooked till the end b ..read more
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How to Plan a Successful Event During COVID- 19
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by Dan
10M ago
Hosting meetings and events in a world affected by COVID-19 has required major adjustments, especially for planners and venues. Venues require to focus on the following areas: health and safety protocols, tech solutions, and most importantly safe food and beverage handling. In this post, we take a deep dive into safe meetings and events. We will explore how organizers can fully equip the venues with the tools and resources needed to keep meetings and events heading back in the right direction. Before we get started, it’s important to note that hotels and venues should stay up to date on all lo ..read more
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Event Planning and Event Management: Key Differences
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by Dan
10M ago
Over the past few decades, the event industry has shown tremendous growth, especially amongst youth. With more and more people now willing to take up jobs in the events sector, creative prodigies from different fields are now showcasing their talent within the event industry… and the world is partying like never before! That said, people often miss out on some of the key elements that make up the event industry, and the terms ‘event planning’ and ‘event management’ are often used interchangeably. While the two fields are related, they’re actually quite different in terms of the work they do, t ..read more
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Current state of affairs… it’s been a while!
Eventure Blog
by Dan
10M ago
Once again, my blogging has been falling behind. Perhaps it’s because of the summer, more likely because it’s difficult to pick a topic that I think may be of interest to whoever reads this. So I will re-start for the 9th time my blogging efforts, and again I will start with Eventure and our latest. This week happens to be a very busy week for us, and we are very thankful for it! We are en route to Ottawa this weekend to set-up a large gala for 2000 guests. We are the planners, designers, décor and furniture and technical providers for this event, not catering or  ..read more
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Because Dan told me to…
Eventure Blog
by Dan
10M ago
The title says it all! Dan asked The Eventure team to write company blogs and honestly, the thought stresses me out! But I’ve always loved a challenge, so here it goes! I’m Kaitlin; and if you’ve worked with Eventure, been by our office, or seen us on events then we’ve probably met! I didn’t write in my elementary yearbook that I wanted to be an event planner when I grew up, I wanted to be a dentist. For reasons, I cant really explain except that I wanted to make people smile! Nice, No? Yeah! … until I was writing my first chemistry midterm at John Abbott College and I realized that this ..read more
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THE LAYOUT PROCESS
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by Dan
10M ago
Once again I’ve fallen behind in writing a blog. This time, for the most part, is because we were thankfully busy. (Ok, up until end of January, the rest I have no excuse!) We just finished producing 2 large scale events for the NHL (One in Ottawa, and one in Tampa) and a whole bunch of local Xmas events in the month of December. It was crazy, fun, hard work, and a great end and beginning of the year. I am happy to say that everyone at Eventure is going to be jumping on the blog bandwagon soon. I think it would be cool that people see different perspectives of our lives here at Eventure, and o ..read more
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Party Planning Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts of Event Organization
Eventure Blog
by Dan
10M ago
Planning an event is no easy task. There are caterers to hire, seating charts to map, and most importantly, hosts to appease. As an event planner, it’s important to maintain an air of professionalism when planning a party. There are unwritten rules that every event coordinator should follow to pull off the soiree of the season. Here are some of the most important do’s and don’ts to keep in mind when planning a large event. Do’s Budget Carefully. Most event planners have a set amount of money that they can spend on a party. It’s important to stay within this budget, and the best way t ..read more
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Event Education
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by Dan
10M ago
There are now many programs that teach event planning, even towards a Masters degree in Event Management. The U.S. is miles ahead of Canada as far as accreditation and professional integrity of event planning and management. Only recently has Montreal begun offering Event Planning certificate courses. John Abbott Cegep has had a program for many years, as well as Lasalle College. There are courses, and certificate programs at Concordia that touch on Event Management, and then for a short lived time at Trebas. No matter, all of the courses are certificate programs. The debate always arises on w ..read more
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IN AND OUT OF TOWN
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by Dan
10M ago
We have been fortunate to have worked with clients that have brought us to different cities to plan their events, as well as been hired by clients coming to Montreal to plan events here. Working with clients out of town brings a host of issues and concerns that you wouldn’t be faced with at home, and working with clients that are coming into town creates challenges too. OUT OF TOWN: In my career I have been fortunate to have gone all across North America to plan events. When travelling to other cities, it’s primarily for larger scale events, where the budget could justify the t ..read more
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Some people eat to live. We live to eat.
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by Dan
10M ago
When we came up with the business model for Eventure, the first hurdle was to decide which service we would implement. The business model calls for Eventure to build and own all event services under one roof, we actually own and operate these services, not just claim that we do and outsource the business. It made sense to start with catering and bar service. Bar service I already had a considerable amount of experience in, but catering was a new venture, and other than watch caterers work at events, I had no idea of how it worked. But like all eager entrepreneurs, I thought to myself “How hard ..read more
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