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The caterer just cancelled, not enough people have confirmed to make a profit and the speaker is asking which kind of microphone will be available on the day of the event. And all of it before you could drink your second morning coffee!

The fact that event planing is stressful is no news, but still it is a job that many people love because the rewards can be great. But in order to receive such the organiser must stay updated with the latest trends of the sector or risk holding an occasion that attendees find outdated or, worse, boring.

With this in mind, we’ve decided to create an infographic, a visual checklist if you will, of the latest actionable tips and “commandments” any planner can double check to make sure their event is on track. For example, If you’re looking to create a more memorable experience during your event, consider renting a drone to take amazing pictures or get a selfie Photo Booth, which is more conventional, but still a lot of fun.

Even though this infographic has been titled as being for conferences, it will also work for any type of occasion. Any event planer will find useful information for any type of job.

For more information about each section, please take a look at these articles:

50 Commandments conference infographic

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Harald is one of the founders of the Printsome-Insights blog! Previously, Senior Content Writer, with over five years experience writing about garment printing, he's now been whisked away into entertaining other audiences with his fabulous words. For over seven years he has been proofreading, blogging, copywriting newsletters/landing pages/social media + editing. Whilst also bringing Printsome brand to life with voice and soul. He is also well-versed in enforcing content styles and content strategies for B2B businesses.

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