Laura Law
‘Virtual Events’ can be a great solution with logistics and budget in mind!

Laura Law

Conference Director
Marlene Scott
Be extra organised and have a back-up plan!

Marlene Scott

Conference Team Manager
Katie Venner
Always agree minimum catering numbers if delegate numbers are likely to fluctuate.

Katie Venner

Conference Team Supervisor
Jen - 1
Consider incorporating your company mission statement and values into your event.

Jen Green

Conference Team Supervisor
Kath HS
Plan an engaging activity for your delegates – team building, orienteering, even a competition.

Kathryn Souter

Conference Planning Executive
Nicky O Sullivan
Ensure that extension leads are handy at the registration desk.

Nicky O’Sullivan

Conference Planning Executive
Ann Jones
A Who’s Who book of delegates can really help to break the ice.

Ann Jones

Conference Planning Executive
Kelly Stevens
Mondays and Fridays are less popular days for events with better availability and prices.

Kelly Stevens

Conference Planning Executive
Kayley Westall
Generally venues outside of the M25 offer better rates and availability than those within it.

Kayley Westall

Conference Team Supervisor
Sarah Horth
When dealing with international venues, factor in the time difference for responses.

Sarah Horth

Conference Planning Executive
Amy Standen
Only consider a small number of venues for your event. Any more can be overwhelming.

Amy Standen

Conference Planning Executive
Beryl Jessop
Why not book a motivational speaker to get your delegates energised!

Beryl Jessop

Operations Support
Nicky Pinnell
Begin early, begin planning as soon as you possibly can, assign responsibilities, create a shared document.

Nicky Pinnell

Conference Planning Executive
Abbie
Write everything down!

Abbie Paginton

Conference Planning Executive
Kloei Tesch
Always plan in advance so your event can be the best possible

Kloei Tesch

Junior Conference Planning Executive
Rachel 2
Listen to what the client actually wants!

Rachel Williams

Conference Planning Executive