The liquor law in the Western Cape and your events

Tash FourieEvent Planning, Everything, Food & Drink

Follow these steps to make sure your event liquor licence is approved without delays.

Tash FourieTash heads up the newly-established Field Services Department at Quicket. Her love for logistics and issue management is what drives her to create flawless access control systems for all types of events. She comes from an event organiser background with 12 years of access control experience, and loves spending time with her husband and two furry babies. Read More...

Artisanal festival planning: coordinating a unique and successful Craft Beer Festival

Anna AndersonEvent Planning, Everything, Festivals, Food & Drink, Marketing & Promotion

Every month it seems there is a new festival popping up around South Africa featuring some locally produced craft goods or beverages. Any way you skin it, the artisan bubble is growing. And it’s exciting to see folks showcasing their new brands and concepts, but these festivals can be a lot of effort on both the organisers and the vendors. In order to make it worth the while for both parties, there are a few key points that an organiser can do to minimise stress and maximise the number of attendees (more attendees = more sales! and we know you do love sales :)) Read More...

All In The Wrist: How cashless technologies are transforming music festivals

Paul WinslowEvent Tech, Everything, Festivals, Food & Drink, Music

The folly of festival-goers. If you’ve been to a festival in the last year, you’ll know the drill all too well. Long queues in a sea of music fanatics. Limited numbers of high-fee ATMs on site (a festival the size of Glastonbury has just six to service 175,000 people), which always seem to have run out of cash as you get to the front of the queue. Lost wallets. Cumbersome food and drinks tokens. And and and… The logistical baggage carried by traditional music festivals is not always pretty; but it doesn’t have to be like that. Read More...