PRLog (Press Release)
- May 14, 2012 -
Belmont, MA, February 6, 2012 - A new book, called Tips for Special Events Planners, released in February 2012 by Gregory Poulos of Bluefin Productions is for events planners, meeting planners, conference planners, special events coordinators, from production management and audiovisual services professionals.
This book is a great tip tool and is written for those just starting out or the seasoned events professional!
The book provides planners with helpful tips on often overlooked issues. It also has tips and techniques to create successful events and meetings. Many of the tips come from the hundreds of special events over the course of a thirty plus year career in special events. Event planners often overlook many of the technical details of a production. It is hoped that this tip guide can make event planning a little easier for those planners and coordinators starting out.
The book is the first of the new Apple iBooks Author format of books to be released by Bluefin Productions.
Book ONE can be found online in iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/tips-for-special-events-p...
The Kindle Version is here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007EF0GSK
Book TWO at iTunes is here at http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/tips-for-special-events-p...
Kindle Book Two is http://www.amazon.com/
With over thirty years of experience in Special Events and Audiovisual Production, the author, Greg Poulos has worked on events from sea to shining sea, and for events from 10 attendees to over 150,000 people for a nationally televised event. He was worked with Presidents of the United States, as well as heads of state of foreign countries. From CEO's of major corporations to the man at the dumpster, as well as many non profits and association events, Mr. Poulos's events have ranged all over.
The author has written articles for Special Events Magazine, Pro Lights and Staging News magazine, Event Solutions Magazine, and many local papers. He has been quoted in AdWeek, ABC, Connect Your Meetings and local newspapers. He now lives outside Boston, with a wife and two daughters, and enjoys nothing more than a day on the water, enjoying the oceans off Cape Cod.