The Financial Fixer Behind the Bay Area's Treasure Island Music Festival
It's summertime, which means vacations, BBQs — and raucous outdoor events. Find out how one music festival producer deals with financial (and organizational) challenges to pull off one of the year's biggest parties.
Event Planning 101: Dexterity is Key
Planning a large-scale event is full of uncertainties, from no-shows and last-minute registrants to vendors who cancel unexpectedly. But there are a few tricks organizers can use to adapt without breaking the bank.
Freebies: A Foolproof Way to Woo Volunteers?
The Cincinnati Zoo relies on its volunteers' generosity to keep the operation running. And it's found a new way to repay that generosity and strengthen relationships with volunteers: free experiences. Perks like tickets to popular exhibits or access to zookeeper-led classes have proven to be a great way to say, “Thanks!”
Controlling Remote Workers' Costs
Deskless workers, like salespeople and field service technicians, need to spend money to do their jobs. But that doesn't mean they need blank checks. Here are a few tips to manage remote workers' expenses.