You know how you always have this one friend going on about how Apple is sooo much better than Android — or the other way around. Just like those old Mac vs PC ads, where one would try to convince the other that theirs was the best software. Of course, objectively, both solutions have their merits. (Even though, as a heavy Google Apps user, for me Android wins hands down.)
Creativity has many stages on which to shine at the University of Kent’s Arts Centre, Gulbenkian. Every year, over 1,000 events are held at the venue that includes a theatre, cinema, cabaret-style café performance space and access to a concert hall. Their programmes include film screenings, theatrical and contemporary dance productions, musical performances and live comedy. It is a venue bustling with innovation, inspiration and imagination.
If you could define friendships based on the time you spend with someone, chances are your best friend’s name turns out to be Excel. We bet your entire organisation revolves around spreadsheets and emails. Bingo? If that’s a yes, come see us in London on November 21st. We’ll show you how organising your set-up the smart way saves you a bunch of time you can now spend on pampering both clients and artists.
You’ve probably heard this one before. Tech companies tend to claim — whether rightly or wrongly is sometimes the subject of debate — that the product or service they are offering spells the end to a paper-based system. Calendars, notepads and magazines have all been proclaimed dead a few times over by now.
Timing an event down to the minute is hard. Ask any of your venue hirers – or just draw from your own experience. How often does one of your clients overrun their hire? Still, you want to accommodate them as well as possible.
We talked to our account manager Chris Van Bohemen to discover some of his client’s best practices to deal with overrun.