How to Run and Attend Great Events with Fiona Duncan – 9th December 2016

Organising and running your own event can be a daunting and stressful experience. With so much to think about it can be hard to know where to start, let alone ensuring the event is successful! Fiona Duncan has been running events for over 10 years and now runs possibly the most successful business network in my region with a difference, The ‘RSViP Network Socials‘, attracting well over 100 paying guests every month – a feat the big National players would love to emulate! Join us this week as Fiona will share some of the key components you’ll need to consider when putting on your own event, as well as some top tips for when you are attending an event. For those of you with events coming up in the future, whether you’re organizing or attending, this is a show not to be missed!

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Fiona has been running events for over 10 years and now runs a highly successful business network in Nottingham, The ‘RSViP Network Socials‘, attracting well over 100 paying guests into a room every month- a feat the big National players would love to emulate! Down to earth and brilliantly connected she has become the go to person for East Midlands based businesses who want to get connected with the right people, have their venues seen and their events filled. With this experience she has also now become a highly demanded expert for organisations wishing to teach their employees how to network effectively.

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