Everyone who attends your event, from the delegates to the speakers, needs somewhere to sit. You’ll want to know the difference between cabaret style and theatre seating so you can communicate clearly with your vendors and ensure your guests will be as comfortable as possible.
By the time the day of an actual event arrives, you’ve already spent a great deal of time and money marketing your conference and attempting to attract delegates. The most important piece of marketing, however, is only just beginning: you NEED to nurture delegates.
If you’re just starting the event planning process, we’d like to offer a few tips that might help guide you through the process of finding the perfect event or conference venue.
It’s time to invest in an automated event registration process that will save you time and automate your delegate’s registration experience once and for all! If you’re not sure where to start, Auaha would love to help you get started.
Planning your own event and having a little trouble? Professional Conference Organisers can partner with you and help make your next event even better than you ever hoped!
Planning for a conference takes long hours and lots of energy; shouldn’t that mean you feel excited and full of life after the event is over? Unfortunately, conference organisers and event planners know that it is common to feel even more exhausted in the days following a big event!
Planning an event with a committee can feel like a nightmare, but here at Auaha we want to show you how it can just as easily be a recipe for success! By creating an event vision, shared objectives, and understanding what you’ll be evaluating you can set yourself up for success from day one.
Here at Auaha, we love helping organisations put their best foot forward by assisting them in creating strategic event plans that will increase their number of attendees and sponsors as well as add value to their organisations.
The Auaha event-planning team is always looking for industry stars; Hiakai fits the bill in so many ways. They also reminded me how meaningful it is when conference organisers take the time to address dietary restrictions.