Wise business operators have long seen the benefit of incentivising their teams, and in particular that unbeatable once in a lifetime experience that a well created trip brings to the table, enhancing culture, bottom line results and loyalty. Many who have long shunned this type of program are jumping onto the bandwagon and implementing programs […]
Arguably event and venue safety and security has never been as challenging as it is today.
Horrendous attacks which have occurred with seemingly increasing regularity have targeted public gatherings and events internationally. The overt and callous acts of terrorists do not respect traditional rules of engagement and the strategy to maximise fear in the community seems to target our workplaces, arena, public venues and places of mass gathering.
Due to this current elevated security climate, it is imperative to strategise and plan early to keep your event safe.
Having a well-prepared strategy will help to safeguard your event.
- It is important to be prepared at all times, keeping up-to-date with the latest in security – not just when an attack or threat occurs
- Cyber security threats to businesses and hacking are also becoming more prevalent
- Having the right resources is crucial to combat attacks
As an event holder, you need to: Identify Threats, Understand Risks, Assess Vulnerability and Implement appropriate security measures.
Simple event apps can be key to a successful event.
Being able to establish one consistent up-to-date form of communication is essential to providing seamless, and easily accessible information for all involved.
Event technology is becoming increasingly more advanced and the opportunity to utilise apps to create a more productive and engaging experience is at its forefront.
Today people are constantly connected by their mobile phones, with users checking their phones up to 150 times a day. In addition, smartphones are driving app downloads with 268 billion app downloads predicted this year.
With so many people using their phones as their key form of communication, we outline how a simple event app can improve your next corporate event.