Event Management

Events – Making them work for you

How do you make events contribute to the bottom line? QS firms invest significant sums of money, time and energy on their client events. With the summer corporate hospitality season around the corner, here are some ideas on how to make your event a truly great one, one that actively contributes to the bottom line. Read more here

Generating a better return from client events – Part two

To be successful, scrupulous planning is a key requirement of running any client event. Excellent preparation, fielding your own best people to play host, and post event follow-up are absolute essentials in making the most of such opportunities. In the second article on the subject Michelle Gahagan and Shelley Hill offer some advice. Read more here

Generating a better return from client events – Part one

Client events don’t come cheap and running them only makes sense if you plan to make tangible returns from hosting them. In the first of two articles on the subject of client events, Michelle Gahagan and Shelley Hill suggest some tactics for ensuring that your clients attend and value your firm’s event. Read more here