There are definite things you should not do when it comes to networking. Let’s take a look.
Networking events use up precious time. Make sure you attend the events that are right for you.
Social media is a great way of looking for an events job. Find out how.
Paul Cook, creator of Lessons from a Mountain & founder of the Hybrid Event Centre, shares insights, experience & challenges in events.
Some tips for making the most of networking at events.
It is never too early to get yourself a business card. Make your own whilst studying. Here is why.
Finalists in the Planet Planit Event Innovation Awards
A short summary of the thinking behind the first Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Young Achievers Award (YAA) event.
Volunteer experience can give you the edge over your competition. Our advice make the most of your experience.
Dissertations are key pieces of work. How are you going to make yours one that isn’t similar to everyone else?
Start networking as soon as you can. It is never too soon to start. Here are some tips to help you get moving.
What should you say at the end of an interview? You want to be remembered for the right reasons.
Interview questions are not going to be easy. Here is some help.
What should you do during an interview? Here is some advice.
No excuses please. You need to do your homework before you arrive for an interview.
Looking for a job in events will be time consuming. Make sure you focus your effort.
Are there words that will help your CV stand out? Yes there are.
Preparation for your interview. Just a sample of some questions you can be asked.
Want to create a great CV? Here is some advice to help.
Learning the language of the events industry will help launch your career.
Do you have an online presence? Does it need improving? Make sure it is having the impact you need.
Devising a great questionnaire will help with the number of people that respond. Want some tips?
Guidelines from Grania Sweeting on how to create a great CV.