Event Organizers Day
Event Organizer’s Day is a holiday that reminds everyone that event planning might be a lot of work, but it’s also a lot of fun as well. Of course, not everyone is going to want to do it on their own, so they might want to use this day to hire a professional event organizer.
Regardless of how a person handles this day, however, it’s sure to be one that many people are going to enjoy. People have been planning events for thousands of years, and it continues to be important for people to plan events such as weddings, birthdays, and fundraisers to this day. So when October 23rd comes around, let’s all get plan an event.
The History Of Event Organizer’s Day
Event planning is something that goes back to the beginning of human civilization. People would plan and organize events around planting and harvest times, or for momentous occasions such as two families joining together through matrimony. Event organizing became especially important during the Middle Ages as nobles would often throw elaborate parties that included food, wine, beer, and music.
Sometime during the past decade or so, someone decided to create Event Organizer’s Day to celebrate event organizers and all that they do. Unfortunately, we’re unsure of exactly when this holiday was created or even who created it. Sure, we’ll keep looking for the origins of this holiday, but at this time, it doesn’t look like we’re ever going to find it.
Some Quick Facts About Event Organizing
We’ve always been fascinated with event organizing and this holiday allowed us to look a little bit deeper into this practice. So we fired up our computers, did a little bit of research, and came up with some interesting facts about event planning. We feel that the following factoids are perfect for Event Organizer’s Day and we hope everyone agrees.
- The average cost of hiring a full-service event planner accounts for about 1/5th of an event’s total budget.
- Nowadays, social media can be a cost-effective way to spread the word about a particular event.
- It’s been estimated that over 2/3rds of live video viewers will attend an in-person event that was similar to an event they viewed online.
Observing Event Organizer’s Day
On this day, people can take some time out of their life to send a thank-you note to an event planner who did an especially good job for them. People can also take the time to organize and execute an event for a loved one on this day. And finally, people can spread the news about this day quite easily by using the hashtag #EventOrganizersDay on social media.