What’s in this episode?
This is a special one-to-one edition of the Speakeasy. Check out this 8-minute conversation with Erik Mintz, Director of Strategic Partner Solutions.
1. This week’s topic: Event Planning: How to Set Your Event Up for Success
You may have heard that events are great for your business. You may even be thinking about running an event yourself. But why? Because events can help you reach a new audience and create awareness for your business or brand, events can help you educate and share information with potential customers and donors, and events can also help you increase the amount of donations you get by running events throughout the year.
But how can you be sure you’re setting your event up for success? That’s what we’ll be discussing today.
2. Questions/topics we discuss:
- The first steps to planning a successful event
- Why it’s important to know your audience (and why you should get their input before you plan your event)
- How to measure the success of your event
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About the Speakeasy
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