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Party People: How We Make Millions from Having Fun - the Inside Story of Britain's Biggest Party Planning and Event Management Empire Paperback – 30 Oct 2010
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This book is more of an autobiography than a "how to" book so although very entertaining it wasn't overly informative.
I also totally disagree with the principle of say yes to everything. People might see this as being negative but I've had people in the past who've said they could build a website in 2 months for me and it took a year, someone who said they could build me a prop when they couldn't. Someone tell me they could DJ at an event when they'd never DJ'd. There answer afterwards was always "I thought I could do it" I know it's one of the core principles of their business but ask yourself this. Would you use a company who advertised, "We say yes to everything...even if we don't have it or don't have a clue how to make it...we'll say we can do it".
Was torn between 3 & 4 stars. But I've learned a couple of things from it and the tips section was laid out clearly so I think it deserves a 4.
A must read if you want to see behind the scenes of those parties you only get to hear about and a real insight into the world of events!
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Not the best written book in the world, but enjoyable, and lovely to learn about the events business.Published 11 months ago by BondGirl
Bought this to support my understanding of event management. Very interesting book. Defo recommend it.Published on 4 May 2015 by Ms Tracey Steele
David Jamilly themed our wedding for us 10 years ago. Reading Party People, which I could not put down, was a real insight into the tremendous amount of work behind the scenes to... Read morePublished on 11 May 2011 by michael white
I love to throw a party and this book gives quite a special meaning to the word.
`Party People' takes us, with surprising honesty, on the roller coaster journey of the... Read more
This is not your usual "how to run a successful business" book - it is a fun read which I couldn't put down but interspersed with the fun are many excellent and valuable tips not... Read morePublished on 18 Mar. 2011 by Stanley
An informative and light hearted look at the events industry, told in an anecdotal way. The most fun bits to read are where it all goes a bit wrong and the lengths they go to to... Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2011 by Making Monkey