t comes to the finances of major festivals, people are generally in awe of the revenue generated or left with a sick feeling in their gut—and certainly a hole in their wallet.
The organizers of this year’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics are cutting everywhere, trying to find about $500 million in savings
cuts and more cuts. That’s the situation facing international sports federations, with just over six months to go before the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
a number of industries, the popularity of meetings, conferences, and other in-person events hasn’t slowed down a bit, despite the digital age that we live in. In fact, many corporations, associations, non-profits, and universities continue to rely on events as a core part of their business.
rrive in long, flowy skirts and peace sign t-shirts. Some dressed as aliens, while others don faux fur trapper hats and superhero costumes. Many carry glowing hula-hoops that light up the night (though it should be noted that “night” occurs for a few hours only when you’re this far north).
f Asheville’s most beloved events — Goombay, Shindig on the Green and Downtown After 5 — happen through a special Strategic Event Partnership between organizers and the City of Asheville.
Super Bowl 50 approaches, marketers should be wary of pouring their time and energy into half-hearted real-time marketing attempts to hijack the day, because just like on the pitch itself, it’s a case of go hard or go home.
tive newcomer on the festival scene, Treasure Island Music Festival serves up uninterrupted performances and plenty of intriguing distractions to keep any festival goer happy.
untry is all set to celebrate its 67th Republic Day on Tuesday with preparations for the ceremonial parade in ‘Rajpath’ is almost over. One of the biggest highlights this year is that the President of France Francois Hollande will be attending the event as a chief guest amidst unprecedented security in the wake of the attack on Pathankot air force base.
e second year in a row, professionals from the public festival and events industry will hold their annual convention in Tucson.
rances Boles ran the switchboard back in the day at D-A Lubricant Company. When she retired as a secretary, the company gave her the old board as a memento.