Event Management Resource Guide

Whether you are new to the business or a veteran digging into a segment of the event planning business that is new to you, our resource library is a great place to start. Visit this section for information on books and links to purchase them through Amazon.com.

Visit one of the internet's most-visited pages for information on flag display and etiquette. This illustrated one-page guide to proper display of the American flag includes all of the information you will need for any special event usage of the U.S. flag. It also contains the text of the U.S. flag code.
Use our updated list of the 50 largest media markets in the U.S. to plan your next mobile marketing effort. This list ranks US cities by size of television market.
Most US film offices offer online and/or printed production guides that are excellent resources for planning a special event in unfamiliar territory. Consult this directory to find the film/production office where you are producting your next special event.
Order of Precedence: The official protocol order for US government officials. Use to develop seating charts, speaking programs, announcements, invitations or anything related to special events.

Designing a Video-Friendly Backdrop: Originally published in Successful Meetings magazines, this article will help you design and produce a backdrop that will maximize the opportunity for your event to generate television coverage.


COMING SOON: An updated list of pre-screened event services vendors in the following categories:

Associations | Convention Bureaus | Event management portals | Online registration | Trade publications | International resources | DVD photo montages | Public relations and promotion | Miscellaneous resources

[Until our list is updated, please visit the 2005 list.]

If you are planning a wedding, bar/bat mitzvah or any important family celebration, contact Big Moment Films
to produce a creative, dynamic photo montage/slideshow to show at the event.