My latest Make It Happen instalment features rising industry networker Priya Narain.
In the next instalment of the Make It Happen series, I’m pleased to feature fellow marketing eventprof and Asian neighbour Lowell Cabual of Classico Productions.
In the fifth instalment of the Make It Happen series, I’m delighted to feature fellow eventprof, award winning blogger, and Twitter-chat pro, Irina Trofimovskaya, also known as The MICE Blog.
Keeping to 2016’s resolutions, I’m humbled by the warm response I’ve had to the Make It Happen series, particularly from fellow eventprofs and marketers who have kindly taken part to date. This latest instalment features Ryan Curtis-Johnson, Head of PR and Marketing at drp.
In the third instalment of the series, I am pleased to feature Sarah Mayo, Marketing Director EMEA at FreemanXP.
Welcome to the second instalment of the Make It Happen series. I’m delighted to feature Event Management graduate and blogger extraordinaire, Caitlin Kobrak.
Welcome to the first Make It Happen interview. The series will feature inspirational eventprofs and marketers with five staple questions to keep it consistent. I’m delighted to feature Kirk Thomas, CEO of EventHuddle.
Last night at the fifth Eventhuddle at 1 Wimpole Street, there was an esteemed panel ready to debate whether the UK should stay in or leave the EU, otherwise known as ‘Brexit’.
Since coming into the events industry almost by accident, I’ve met a host of great peers and colleagues who have become good friends and made my first year as an eventprof literally fly by. Networking has played a pivotal role in this and being proactive in attending the multitude of events has helped me to … Continue reading 2016, Let’s do this