Festivals are a big deal. According to a recent study by atVenue, it is estimated that a whopping 32 million people will have attended at least one festival in 2017 alone. Additionally, festival costs are increasing along with the price for hiring headliners, venues, food and drink facilities and other expenses. So with festivals attendees and costs going up, how can event professionals make some of that money back? One way is by pushing merchandise sales. Here are a few things you need to know to make the most of your merch sales… KEEP READING
The first year of uni can be fairly exciting and daunting at the same time. There’s a lot to get used to – from making new friends, to wild pre drinks, dreaded exams, heaps of lectures and don’t forget having to stretch your student loan until next term. To prepare you for the first whirlwind year of uni, yada paired up with Fresher’s Festival to bring you a list of amazing apps that will help you survive uni.
August can be a pretty quiet month when it comes to events, but yada did some digging around and found some uniquely fun workshops taking place across London for you to try. From Hip-Hop parkour lessons, to terrarium building classes, Instagram story workshops and more, there’s plenty to get stuck into. So release your creative side, and round off the last month of summer with a quirky new skill.
These are a few interview style questions that we put to Tania Diggory about her battle with work life balance as she breaks into the mental health and wellbeing industry with her company Calmer, which helps startups manage and maintain their health and wellbeing as they navigate the entrepreneurial journey.
Our friends from the U.S of A won’t be the only ones celebrating Independence Day this year. The streets of London are buzzing with events this 4th of July – and yada knows exactly where you should go.
Work Hard Play Hard is close to home this week as we interview Team yada’s newest member! These are a few interview style questions that we put to Carlene about her battle with work life balance as she breaks into the Event Tech industry.