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Events | Management & Advice
Where Event Management expertise meets a Focus on Deeper Intention, Passion for Co-Creation and Attention for Sustainability
Why choose Conscious Event Management over traditional Event Management?
Traditional Event Management steps
1. Develop event objectives
2. Organize a team
3. Set a date
4. Brand your event
5. Create a master plan
(venue, logistics, catering, speakers, activities, PR, volunteers)
6. Determine administrative processes
7. Identify and establish partnerships & sponsors
8. Create a publicity plan
9. Establish a budget
10. Determine evaluation process
Conscious Event Management extras in those steps
The first focus will be on why you are organizing the event. By looking into this question, you will be able to realize an event with a deeper meaning, with more awareness. The three key questions which will be delved into are:
Why should you organize this event? This isn’t about money making – that is a result – but about your intention, purpose or belief.
How do you want to organize this event? How is this way different or better?
What do you want to organize? What kind of knowledge do you want to share during your event? What kind of product do you want so sell?
In order to create an exceptional event for a certain target group, participation in the creation process of people from that group is essential. Being mindful about each other’s thoughts and feelings is vital for making a connection, which is significant for real co-creation.
Key questions for potential event team members will be:
Why would you want to contribute?
What would you like to contribute?
What could you achieve when you would contribute?
Key questions for the event team members will be:
What kind of organisational and other skills do the people in the team have?
What kind of skills – who else – does the team need?
Can the team as a whole connect with ‘the Why’ of the event?
During the organisational process, there will be particular concern for sustainability. This means, that socially and environmentally responsible decision making are involved into the planning, organisation and implementation of, and participation in, an event. We will give you some examples to make it more clear:
No paper waste, use recycled paper or digitalize if possible
Preference for vegetarian, locally distributed food
Minimize transportation pollution
Three reasons to contact us
Conscious Event Management first of all involves, having attention for the deeper intention of an event. Second of all it means working in an enjoyable atmosphere with a committed team, which always considers sustainability. Third of all it incorporates learning and developing as a (positive!) part of the working process. If you are ready for an event, which will touch the hearts of the participants. An event that will lead to real connections. An event that will make you smile while you are organizing it. Then contact us!