Slippery rocks with a pair of crazy high heels – what do you think will happen?…A&E?…You’ve Been Framed? It’s not going to be pretty.
When choosing what shoes to wear we think about where we’re going; what we’re doing; smart vs casual – what clothes we are wearing; whether to make a statement…the list goes on.
How much time do you spend thinking about the style and format of your event? Do they match what your organisation or team wants to achieve? Are they suitable for the personalities of the guests? Or is it the equivalent of high heels for everyone – some will love them, some will hate them?
When designing your event, the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach is likely to result in a shallow, dimensionless experience. And we’ve all been there, as attendees, too many times (sadly). But as restrictions start to lift, there is the opportunity for a fresh start; to do things differently. Think of yourself as a personal event shopper, you can put together formats and styles to match the personalities of the people coming and the character of your organisation. If you’ve ever watched Queer Eye, you’ll know what I am talking about. You can get these positive after-effects from your event. So, if you’re a bit stumped on how to go about this, talk to us. We’re here to help you.