Each event has elements that must be respected, but also specifics that are “only his”, and depend, for example, on the size of the event, set goals, location, theme and audience. That is why top event managers are characterized by flexibility, ie the ability to adapt and constantly improve. What are their secrets and what can we learn from them?


Set clear goals

The first step in event planning must be to define the goals you want to achieve. Why organize an event? What feeling do you want to achieve with the participants? What impression do you want to leave? What business goals to achieve? The better you define your goals, the easier it will be to “measure” them later and evaluate the success of your event. 


Start planning as soon as possible

The company’s anniversary is in December next year? What you can do right now is choose and book the right location, come up with a concept and start working on an entertainment program. The sooner you start working, the greater the chance that you will be able to hire just that band that is constantly busy or to get a better price from a subcontractor.


Fit all items into your budget

Plan your budget well and clearly define how much money you have for individual elements of the event. Communicate financial opportunities to subcontractors in advance so that they can prepare appropriate offers for you.

Nurture quality contacts In the world of the event industry, contacts are crucial, so it is important to maintain the acquired contacts and expand the network of new ones. The biggest advantage of Mozaik Event Center is long-term cooperation with quality and reliable partners, entertainers, influencers, bands, hostesses, technical staff and everyone whose contribution makes your event successful. 


Don’t be afraid to try something new

Today, events cannot do without technology. A good app, survey or virtual connection with those who are not able to come to the event can bring a better experience for the participants. Don’t run away from technology, embrace it and organize an event that will leave a great impression. Of course, get well acquainted with the technology you are using and be prepared to react in unexpected situations.


Make a dress rehearsal 

All program participants during the dress rehearsal will gain an additional sense of security and confidence, which also applies to you. During the rehearsal, you can “iron out” the final details, test the technique, and go through the script one last time to make sure everything works as you envisioned. 


Collect feedback

Make a survey for the participants and go through all their comments – their impressions are the most important, and if you take into account the constructive criticism, your next event can be even better. Have a meeting with your team and openly exchange opinions – what was good and what could be better. Don’t forget about program partners and participants – you can also get valuable insights from them on how to further enhance your event next time.


No matter how much you plan, something unforeseen can always happen that could take the event in an unwanted direction. That’s why a great event manager reacts quickly, analyzes the situation on the go and quickly comes up with the best solution. The advantage of event agencies is precisely the number of “games in the legs” that give us the ability to react quickly in unpredictable situations. Learn more about the event management service.