Monday, August 24, 2015
One of the best ways to earn money and, at the same time, help someone in need is through a benefit auction. Unfortunately, planning and organizing your own auction is extremely stressful and taxing, and sometimes, the amount of time and money you spend isn’t commensurate to the return. If you’re thinking of holding a benefit auction sometime soon, here are some of the things you have to pay close attention to: Auction Items All auctions start with the items, as these things would dictate your target bidders and type of event. What kind of items do you plan to auction off? At what price do you want to start the bidding? How important or how rare are the items you’re selling? Can the majority of your target bidders pay for them? If you have specific items or rare objects in mind, completing the auction list alone could often eat up so much time that you’re left with a very short timeframe for the other aspects of the event.
Ryan Zynger, owner and director Zynger Event Designs, Inc was named Event Designer of the Year at the annual BizBash 2015 Los Angeles Planners’ Choice Awards. The event was held on the 24th of June at the Los Angeles Convention Center during BizBash Live: The Expo Los Angeles. BizBash, the leading authority in the event industry annually organizes events and large gatherings for event planning companies and professionals alike. Among which are the BizBash Live events that are held in major cities like Los Angeles, New York, South Florida and Chicago. This year’s BizBash Live event recognized some of the most talented professionals and most promising newcomers in the industry based on the nominations and votes of BizBash’s loyal base of readers.