I love people watching. The other day, I had to wait for a train and I got to stay a little over 45 minutes waiting at Victoria station in London. It was very early in the morning, but there were a few things I noticed. I made a note of them as I am sure.. read more →

21 Sep 2016
September 21, 2016

2016 Emerging Food Trends in the Event Industry

Blog, Catering 1 Comment

The event industry doesn’t really witness any perennial change but certain trends take a firm grip and those drive the preferences or expectations of the clients. Some changes are expected because sensibilities keep changing and people grow to dislike old ways of doing things. Some changes are unexpected. The food trends have always been the.. read more →

Every event has its basic checklist. Ensuring every quintessential need is attended to is an easy job for any proficient event planner. The real daunting challenge lies in trying to make the event unique. It is truly hard to come up with new ideas every now and then. The human mind is a treasure-trove but.. read more →

16 Sep 2016
September 16, 2016

Properly Assessing the Outcome of An Event

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When it comes to scheduling an event, there are often different perspectives as far as how well it went. Some people assess how well something went purely on a for-profit basis. If you were able to generate a lot of sales but failed to make new clients, people will consider that a success. Other times,.. read more →

VLOG ALERT! I am trying something new: VLOGGING! I was kindly invited to Holborn BNI Hospitality Powerteam Networking Event on the 7th September by the organiser:  Wil Watts. There was a great bunch of event professionals and we were spoilt by the super knowledgeable Emma Parker with a 1 hour London tour! Check out how it went here.. read more →

There is no standard response or a simple answer. Millions of people around the world are driven by emotions. There are millions of others who don’t let their emotions take any ounce of control of what they do, think or decide. Then there are those who are at times influenced by emotions and at times.. read more →

Collaboration and collective impact may appear to be the same, in concept and implication, but they are not. There is a huge difference between collaboration and collective impact. Before we begin discussing the difference, let us factor in a few caveats. Both collaboration and collective impact can coexist. They can be the same thing if.. read more →

Event planners around the world are constantly requested to come up with ideas or concepts that would make the experience memorable for the guests or attendees. We live in an era where there are far too many distractions. Be it the flurry of newspapers or the endless tweets, advertisements screaming for our attention or professional.. read more →

Brexit might be the most significant event to occur in the world since 9/11 occurred in the United States over 15 years ago. Post-Brexit, Britain has shifted so dramatically that the entire perception of the nation has gone from it being one of over a dozen European Union member states to a totally autonomous island.. read more →

In today’s business environment, it’s becoming harder and harder to innovate. While there are always going to be those that dramatically revolutionize the products available in the marketplace, the most important way to really make a profit is to take a time-tested product to sell, and simply market it to your customers in an unorthodox.. read more →