Hosting an Ethical Event

Rachel Kan Saturday, 1 June 2019


In this video series, Rachel Kan takes you step-by-step through the four main phases of organising a conscious fashion event from the ground up, through planning, organising, promoting, to hosting an event.    

In the fourth and final video, Rachel shares her experiences of hosting an event, how to stay on top of your checklist and preparing for last minute hiccups on the day. Finally, discover ways to maximise the potential impact of an event after it takes place and how to keep the momentum going.


In this video you'll learn:

  • Staying on top of behind-the-scenes logistics to keep your event running smoothly
  • How to prepare for the unexpected!
  • Setting up a good welcome area
  • How to make the most of your lists
  • Creating a fun and energetic atmosphere
  • Follow-up tasks to keep the momentum going



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