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Disinfect your devices

Disinfect Your Devices

Posted on March 24, 2020

Do you disinfect your devices? The last few months have been something out of a movie with this CoronaVirus (COVID 19) spread. We are majorly asked to stay safe and wash our hands, not to touch our faces. But do you disinfect your devices? The items we touch most are our devices; our phones, laptops, Tvs, mouse,bluetooth devices, remotes and gamepads.Studies have shown everything from staph to e. Coli can thrive on your smartphone’s glass
The new generation events

New Generation Events

Posted on March 18, 2020

We have experienced robust growth in live experiences that have attracted very well produced events with good budgets Kenya has grown in leaps and bounds to generate sustainable businesses and super-profits for the creative industry. Over the past years, we have experienced robust growth in live experiences that have attracted very well produced events with good budgets. This ripple effect has led to the establishment and subsequent scale-up of event planning, supplying and management agencies.
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Minimalist Work Space

Posted on March 11, 2020

A minimalist work space is definitely a thing of beauty, we like to see it in the pages of the magazines, thinking it would be hard to achieve in our own home, am I right? Growing up in a world where we are constantly being persuaded to have more, own more and buy more, the idea of intentionally living with less seems almost impossible. It seems to be an approach we are never introduced to,

Setting Up An Exhibition Booth

Posted on March 4, 2020

When setting up an exhibition booth there are things you will need to consider. 1. Make your booth stand out. No matter what show you’re going to, whether it’s the Consumer Electronics Show, E3, or even just the local home goods show, the best way to get customers to notice your booth is to have a booth that stands out from the crowd. While it’s certainly harder to do with a pre-made booth as compared
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Calculating Your Event Charge

Posted on February 26, 2020

From our last article we proceed to calculating your event charge. Once you figure out what your niche, market, and clients will hold, it’s important you figure out how you want to charge. Most event planners charge one of these ways: A fixed hourly rate. This can be anywhere from 2,000KES on up. Most clients paying an hourly rate will want to know how many hours you expect the planning to take. With an hourly

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