How to give your event a personal touch

Everything has been commercialised today and event organizing is not different. Everyone integrates like polished clock work. Lost in the world of professionalism is the element of a personal touch. True there are different types of events, some impersonal and some very much requiring the individual attention. However, clients being clients, always feel that they are special when the organiser pays close attention to them. So how do you give every event you organise a personal touch?

 

Being Unique

Making your event standout from all the others could easily be from providing great service or having superb organising skills. But most remembered is the unique touches that you put in as an organiser that makes all the difference. Think out-of-the-box with the little things you incorporate into the event. For example if you are planning a corporate event, it would be nice if at the end of the event, your attendees have a nice little individually hand-signed thank you note for their attendance. This is just a very common example. There are many more that you can do, which will make it special with the “human” touch.

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The Creative Touch

By definition, the “personal touch” would mean an individual uniqueness extended to the event. Personal touches are important as it gives the impression to the client that they are special. Events are all about people. So something personal could be in the form of customised gifts, decorations or event settings. A great example would be for wedding events. Event organisers can opt to have delicate handmade door gifts for the guest that has a very special thank you from the hosts themselves instead of just printed thank you cards and a commercialised gift.

In order to keep track of all these items and the guest list, the organiser can use an event management system to help facilitate the event planning part. Some of the ideas you could use to personalise an event are:

  • For weddings: personalised table menus, door gifts, invitation cards, flower bouquets and decorations, Photo booth, Props etc
  • For corporate events: Door gifts that address a certain segment of the attendees personalised stationary, greeting cards
  • As an organiser: Personal attention to the client by listening to their requirements with care and attentiveness
  • A personal note from you at the end of a successful event thanking the client and if possible an appropriate thank you gift

These are just simple ideas how you can make an event personal. They may be small ideas but can go a long way for a client to remember you. As an event Malaysia planner for any type of event, you can make an impression based on personal touches to the events you manage. Event management can be easily personalized if you have a creative touch.

Using an event management company to help you manage your routines can free you of time. This useful event solution will give you more time for creative ways rather than be bogged down by the stress of managing an event.

Personal touches in an event are ways to communicate directly with the client and also the attendees. It also gives that extra mile to the professionalism of your event company.

 

Pleasant Jay Events is an event management company that has been providing professional services for many years in Nigeria, Africa along with rest of the world for many years. Pedigree matters when it comes to getting professional help for the successful event you envision. We have a track-record of providing superb events planning services as per clients’ custom needs and requirements, always within their financial limit. We are a reputable company that achieves great feat in managing various events for small, medium size or big events.

 

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Nigerian Tribune

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