Specialty "event-manager" means knowledge in virtually all areas of human activities - from oil production to origami art. We present you a selection of literature that will supplement the "luggage" of professional knowledge and broaden your horizons.
Maggie Austin Cake: Art and Technology
The former ballerina which became the confectioner will give odds to professional designers. The extraordinariness of the design of sweet items amazes the Americans for more than a year. Maggie Austin Cake: Artistry and Technique is useful for event managers who want to learn how to design luxurious dishes on a festive table. Rich in illustrations with a step-by-step master class, the collection is an excellent textbook for those wishing to show creativity in decorating confectionery.
Peter Callahan «Party Food»
Snacks are one of the most important components of the event. Peter Callahan's Party Food-the world famous event-catering for the chef-innovator. The book, apart from the fascinating story about the experience of the maestro, presents the ideas for cocktail parties and images with table decorations.
"Digital Face: How Digital Technologies Change the Event Industry at $ 565 Billion"
The book, which deals with the idea of destroying the event industry under the impact of modern digital technologies. On the other hand, the authors - Marco Ghiberti and Jay Weintraub - defend the view that event-driven activity is problematic without a "figure". The book is rich in examples in which innovative developments helped create an exciting action and help event managers to cope with the task.
Sam Zell "Am I too refined?"
Memoirs of the billionaire, in which he shares the professional secrets of recruiting staff and the ability to keep him. After reading the book, you will understand how to remain free and at the same time be a really good specialist.
Just skimming through the book information, you will increase the level of professionalism. So, do not miss the chance to get new knowledge.