Things are not always what they seem.

Things are not always what they seem.

We get it. Times are tough. Friends aren’t few, but how would you know – cos you can’t socialise with them. And you’re getting COVID-themed newsletters every five minutes. But there’s a nugget of hope in all of this, and here it is:

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Welcome to square one.

Welcome to square one.

“The possibility of suffering harm or of something unpleasant happening.” In dangerous situations, you probably wouldn’t stick around. You’d run for your friggin’ life and try to survive.

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Closed for December? Uh, are you joking?

Closed for December? Uh, are you joking?

Even though South African companies lurrrv a public holiday, and you may as well switch off your office geyser and head to the beach for that ghost-town period between 16 December and New Year’s Day, the events industry is one of a few niche...

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Education, entrepreneurship – and events

Education, entrepreneurship – and events

Is this the sweet spot we’ve been waiting for? Only 20% of Grade 4s can understand what they read and 61% of Grade 5s can’t do basic maths. South Africa’s school dropout rate is above 50%, and 55% of our youth are unemployed – the highest rate in...

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Could you do with the sound of silence?

Could you do with the sound of silence?

Shhh. In this issue of 360 ON THE MOVE, we’re not speaking loudly – for once. We’re not confidently proclaiming. Not stridently asserting. We’re whispering. With authority, obviously, but still. The amount of conversation in the world is growing...

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Sharpen your AX!

Sharpen your AX!

Before, during, and after an event: Put AX at the centre of it all. No, that’s not a typo. You’ve heard, no doubt, of user experience (UX) design and taking a human-centric approach to everything. In product and software development, UX is best...

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Who runs the world? People.

Who runs the world? People.

Welcome to 360 ON THE MOVE, which is all about the importance of people – the real, live, human element that under-scores success in eventing. Because it sometimes feels, in the race to survive, that we forget who actually makes stuff happen when...

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