Whether you are considering to throw a music event, conference, company celebration or exhibition, you will need a great deal of resources and planning. Given that events are so wide ranging and can be customised to fit any need, the best practices for effective event planning also vary widely. Guest blogger Susan Roan shares some tricks and tips to ensure your next event has a long-lasting buzz!
Editors note: New guest blogger and minihub member Fola Ekundayo reviews Simon Sinek’s latest book. Some really good advice – don’t lose sight of your WHY!
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If you’re happy, are you likely to be more productive, or is the reality of being happy that you’re more inclined to skip work and indulge in extracurricular activities?
How do you stay productive as freelancer working from home? Susan Roan shares 11 top productivity tips.
How do you know which social media channels you should be devoting your time and hard earned money to? Guest blogger Susan Roan, shares all.
This is our first guest blog post from new minihub member Fola Ekundayo. Some really good advice on how to maintain your morale. See what you think.
In Episode #19 we chat to Douglas Reynolds about IT Translation, running small businesses, and how to deal with Leech bites…
The UNVEILING Arts Festival was conceived in The Living Room during the summer of 2014 by Iko-ei-Ojo Akoh. So how did it go? Iko tells all.
In episode #9 Iko Akoh and Richard Lalchan discuss USA independence – the US perspective on life as an independent artist. This episode also features two great tracks by Nathan Earl and Rachel Joy.
In episode #8 Iko Akoh and Richard Lalchan discuss the importance and practice of marketing and branding. Featuring two evocative tracks by Ben Thomas Brown.
Don’t jump into having a logo or website developed for your latest idea without spending time to really assess it. Richard explains why you need clarity.
Your brand is what you stand for and is one of your strongest assets. Here’s how you can build your brand using your five senses.
CHLive – space for creatives to connect, be inspired and take action. We’d love to see you there!
In episode #7 Iko Akoh and Richard Lalchan discuss the emergence of creative communities bringing artists together and the advantages they offer for independent artists. This episode also features two impressive tracks by HipHop artist Baliva.
In episode #6 Iko Akoh and Richard Lalchan discuss whether the under-appreciated artist and the issues this raises in making a living from music. This episode also features a couple of stupendous tracks by Light Falls Forward.
Jessie Smith reviews our ReverbLive2014 Podcast event which took place on December 5th at Ziferblat London featuring Hanna Willow, Nadine and My Northern Sky.
In Episode #18 we chat to Jade Armitage about ‘A Message From…’ her bespoke Disney inspired video message service for children.
In Episode #17 we chat to Christopher Peacock about being an inventor, starting his handSteady business, developing a product, patents and lots more.
Review of our sixth CH Live! event held on Wednesday 29th October 2014 in London, UK. Key speaker was Anthony O-Thomas CEO of GoodFruit crowd funding.
In Episode #16 we chat to Anthony Ogunbowale-Thomas about his crowd funding platform GoodFruit, how it differs from others and what it would be like if the Suffragettes had had a crowd funding platform.
In Episode #15 we chat to Daniel Dexter about setting up and managing a business in the audio visual and events industry.
In Episode #14 we chat to Emma De Polnay about setting up and managing a business whilst being an artist.
Review of our fifth Creatives Hub Live! event held on Tuesday July 29th 2014.
In our fortieth episode Richard is joined once again by Lucy Beaumont to discuss promoting arts events.
In our fortieth episode Richard is joined by Lucy Beaumont to discuss running arts events.
In our thirty nine episode Richard is joined once again by Iris Louwerens to discuss how to thrive once you’ve quit your job.
In our thirty eighth episode Richard is joined by Iris Louwerens to discuss quitting your job. Is it ever a good thing or just pie in the sky idealism?
In Episode #12 we chat to author and entrepreneur Marisha Pink her process of writing Finding Arun, travel, best places to work for freelancers and more.
In Episode #11 we chat to Joey & Persia from Addictive Daughter about the inspiration behind Addictive Daughter, oh and farmers and sailors….
Review of our fourth Creatives Hub Live! event held on Tuesday April 29th 2014 in London, UK.
In our thirty second episode Richard is joined by Deborah Henry-Pollard from Catching Fireworks to discuss how to maintain your creativity.
In our thirty first episode Richard is joined by Deborah Henry-Pollard from Catching Fireworks to discuss how to start getting started.
In our thirtieth episode Richard is joined by Ian Christie from I.C.Works to discuss website content strategy.
In our twenty ninth episode Richard is joined by Rachel Goldberg from MySpecialPA to discuss using the write words -especially in emails.
Is it time for you to step up, to get serious about your business or side-project? Read on for how to raise your game in 2014.
In our twenty sixth episode Richard and Claire review the year. Oh, and its Claire’s last episode.
In our twenty fourth episode Richard and Claire discuss the idea of competition. Is it good? Is it bad?
Iris Louwerens, founder of Dig Mondays shows us three principles to build a thriving business. Editors note: This is a guest blog post.
In our sixteenth episode Claire and Richard discuss the joys of managing your life with Evernote, and a few other apps.
In our fifteenth episode Claire and Richard discuss managing your time and look at outsourcing for efficiency.
In our fourteenth episode Claire and Richard discuss Ideas and the merits of sharing them and their mutual dislike for NDA’s.
In our thirteenth episode Claire and Richard discuss money. How to go about setting your rates and charging for your work.
In Episode #9 we chat to Tom Ewer from Leaving Work Behind about going it alone, blogging and publishing his income online.
Being curious about other people is what networking is about. Being interested and listening to everyone around you not just those at an official networking event.
In Episode 5 we interview Michael MacMahon a public speaker, author, actor, coach, voice over artist and unsurprisingly a scanner.
In Episode 4 we interview Claire Meredith an advocate of 'scanners' who lets us have the low down on this important personality type.
In the last six months I have had requests for work from the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Mexico, Qatar, Spain and USA (Florida, Oregon, LA, Ohio).
Some of requests have...