Our event planners and operations managers are very busy people and they love it like that. From the start of the planning phase to final execution and post-event, it takes managers who have a command of a wide range of skills for an event to be successful: They must be strong project leaders. Emphatic team leaders. Integrations experts across different departments. Tough negotiators. Data consolidators who can’t get enough of lists. And precise communicators. They have to keep track at all times, even when multi-tasking. They have to plan efficient and reasonable schedules, create and interpret drawings and analyse situations as they change. And they have to seek the best options, with the ability to tell apart a risky adventure from a solid vision.
Be they small or large, corporate or leisure – what does it take to plan and execute successful events? To sum it up in a few words it takes: Precision. Devotion. Experience. Stamina. Teamwork. And an affinity for following the customer's vision at the pace they choose and with the flexibility they require. To manage an event properly – from start to finish – requires just as much of an eye for consistency and the bigger picture as for every tiny detail. These are the values that go into every event we plan and execute.