Executives Without Borders

Hosting an event abroad is becoming more popular. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is the need to bring more people together from around the globe.

Events can be hosted in another country for many reasons. One of them is that it gives you the opportunity to explore a new place and experience new cultures. Another reason might be that you want to reach out to a different market or generate more leads. Or maybe you’re looking for something unique and different, like hosting an event on a boat or at the top of a mountain?

Why Host an Event Abroad?

There are many reasons why you should consider hosting an event overseas. Here are some of the most compelling:

  • You will have access to a new audience and market
  • You will be able to tap into local talent for speakers, entertainment, and catering
  • You will be able to save money on labor costs by hiring locally or outsourcing tasks that can be done more cheaply in another country

What Should I Consider When Planning My Event Abroad?

When planning an event abroad, there are a number of things you should consider. The first thing is to identify the type of event and your goals for it. The second thing is to book your travel plans and the third thing is to identify what you need for the event. You should consider whether you will need to be at the venue place for a long time, and how much equipment or materials you will need.

For bigger events you can rent a storage; for smaller ones, you can rent self-storage, which is designed for individuals, but also works for small business owners. You should be aware that some self-storages will require customers from abroad to show their passport, as mentioned in a webinar on the “Things You Should Know About Self-Storage In Other Countries,” by Flexistore’s Leie lager i Oslo department in Norway. Which brings us to the next point we want to make.

How does the Event Planning Process differ for a Local Event and One in Another Country?

As shown above, there are administrational concerns you need to consider when hosting abroad events. But there are also different cultures that have to be respected when organizing an international event. The culture of the host country should be taken into account when organizing an event in another country because it will affect how attendees feel about the event as well as their expectations for it. You can read more about this on Social Tables’ “International Event Planning” article. The general advice is to do thorough research before you actually decide on where to go.

When Should I Start Planning My Event?

That being said, planning an event is a lot of work, so it’s best to start early. The earlier you can identify your needs and objectives, the better prepared you’ll be for the process. The most important thing to do is to figure out what your event is about. Why are you hosting it? What are your goals? Once you have that figured out, you can start figuring out what resources and time frame will be needed to make sure that your event goes off without a hitch.

Best Choices of Countries to Host Your Next International Meeting or Conference

Choosing the right country to host your next international meeting or conference can be difficult. There are many factors to consider when deciding on a location. Here are some of the best choices for hosting an international meeting or conference in Europe, based on our personal and second-hand experiences:

  • France is a great choice for hosting an international meeting or conference in Europe because it offers a lot of cultural diversity and is home to one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
  • The Netherlands has many benefits including being close to other European countries and having excellent transportation options.
  • Germany is another good choice because it has many different regions that offer unique experiences, languages, and cultures.
  • Ireland is also a very nice and homely place to be, which offers excellent hospitality services with high quality.

We recommend that you use these destinations as inspiration, and you’re by all means free to go to other continents for to host your event abroad.