• Evenesis featured in Corporate Events Magazine!

    Thanks to Corporate Events Magazine team, we were featured in their latest March- April issues. Here the excerpt of the article!

    Change is inevitable and in the fast pace digital era in which we are living today, the demand to fulfil the various niche based services is constantly increasing. In order to remain relevant, it is important to find the solutions based on the needs of the market’s insatiable hunger for continuous technology improvements. Realising a void in the use of technology in events management, Yusno Yunos, the Chief Executive Officer of Y Us SdnBhd had put out together a small team of developers to turn his events management software into reality. The result is the birth of the end-to-end on the cloud events management application named Evenesis.

    Evenesis was devised as an application which allows the transfer and exchange of ideas and knowledge in events management to be made effectively and efficiently.The system allows event planners to record the details of past and on-going events – ranging from the list of menus, caterers and guest list system to floor designs and surveys – for easy reference. This wealth of information is presented in an ever-growing variety of templates in the system which could be tailor-made to the specifics of the events and clients’ requirements. In short, Evenesis aims to become a hub for events management system and solutions without compromising a planner’s creativity and innovation.

  • The Important of Post Event Feedback and How To Do It Right

    Post-Event Feedback & Evaluation: Why It Is Important And How To Do It Right

    How do we know if an event has been carried out successfully and that it has made the right impact? Do we know when everyone who attended has come away feeling what we want them to feel? Was everything running smoothly without a hitch? This is where the post mortem at the end of an event is indicative if you have performed greatly or poorly as an event organizer.

    Post-event feedback is important to any event planner or organizer. Why? Because it provides the reality check of what went right or what went wrong during the event. Keeping track of feedback is important to progressively improve in the field of event management. It is how reputations are built or destroyed in this competitive field. Only by feedbacks and evaluations will you be able to see where rooms for improvements are required. Therefore improving your part of customer service. It also indicates what your customer’s expectations were and did they feel that you did a great job and they will hire you again.

  • How To Always Have Something Interesting To Say In Conversation

    How many of you get tongue-tied when it is most crucial? Holding a good and engaging conversation is not easy. Conversation is one of the ways we use to communicate. We are most afraid when there is a lull in the conversation. We start to panic and wonder if people find us uninteresting. Here are some dos’ and don’ts of a great conversationalist.

    First of all, why are we talking about conversation in an event management solution site? Well, don’t you know that when you have less stress on your mind you are better focused?! We all need conversation in every aspect of our lives. If you are in event management, the more you will need this skill. Get yourself a good event management system to help with the task of looking after all the event activities. As long as you have a mobile hand held unit, you are good to go. Use it to keep track of everything from a checklist to creating a survey report at the end of your event. Nothing could be simpler and more organized!

  • How To Choose The Perfect Music For Your Events

    We all love a lively event! A great and successful event also involves great entertainment in the form of music. But, depending on your theme, the music selected is crucial to creating the right ambiance, If you are organizing an event, how would you know which genre of music would be the perfect choice? Consultation with your customer would be a good idea at this point. It is best not to assume. For instance, one might think that a wedding event should have slow romantic music. However, the customer might be thinking otherwise!

  • eye contact is very important and vital in communication

    Why Eye Contact Is Important During Conversation?

    The old saying that “eyes are a reflection of your inner self” holds true in most cases. There are a lot of meanings to eye contact. It can be a glaring look when a person is defiant or angry. A stare when we see something unusual about the person (staring obtrusively is rude!). A glazed over look when we are hopelessly in love with the person. It can also be a direct look when we are talking and trying to make a point.

    In all instances we use our eyes as a level of communication with the other person. We also avoid a direct look from another person if we have something to hide. The police use it as a means to detect if the person is telling the truth or not. So unless you are a very accomplished liar in most cases you will feel uneasy when you lie! Also sometimes a person feels uncomfortable looking another person in the eye due to shyness. This trait is also present with other signs of shyness such as a slight stammer and sometimes blushing. Otherwise it could just be that the person has a short attention span for anything you have to say.

  • Develop Your Presentation Skills And Keep The Crowd Attention

    Getting the jitters because you have a presentation event coming up? The primal fear and challenge of any presentation is the ability of the presenter to grab and keep the attention of the audience. Having good content for your presentation is one thing but being a good presenter is another. It is actually not that difficult to do a good presentation. It is only natural when you step into a room, look at all those faces staring back at you that panic first starts to set in and eventually overwhelm you. Fear not, here are some quick remedies to put those butterflies in your stomach away and build a new confidence level. This is not meant to be a technical training blog on presentations but rather a lighter and practical side to giving a good presentation!

  • Get Reimbursement Up to RM1500 When You Subscribe to Evenesis

    Yes that right, full reimbursement up to RM1500 when you subscribe to Evenesis. Through SME Cloud Computing Adoption Programme by MDec, eligible SMEs will be giving financial incentive to used any qualified Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions from any MSC Malaysia Status Companies.

    Interested SMEs can click a link below to download form which also contain info-pack about this programme. Just fill it up and prepare the relevant docs. Call us at +603 8992 3000 and we’ll come and collect and submit on your behalf to MDeC. Furthermore, SMEs who refer and get another 10 other SMEs to sign up, the company will receive an iPad2 or Samsung Tab for free!

  • How To Minimize Your Event Cost To Minimal

    How many of us would not enjoy hosting a big lavish event, be it for our own personal celebration or a company event. But the big crunch comes when it is time to pay the bill. Off course we try to make our events as awesome as possible but without having to shell out tens and thousands of ringgit just to get it done, so how do we keep the cost down to a minimum without compromising on the impact we want to create and have?

    First of all, during your event planning stage decide on the amount you are wiling to spend in hosting your event. To get a fair idea on how much an event would cost, you can get a rough estimate from event companies on a no obligation basis. Check out the event management application by Evenesis while you are at it. There is a nifty little function that helps you generate a cost maintenance list. Get an indication of a basic minimum that you need to set aside, bearing in mind that the more items and programs you add, the more the price will increase.

  • Securing Good Sponsors For Your Events – What You Need To Know

    “What is so special about your company/product/brand that I or we should shell out costs to sponsor you?” That is the first and utmost logical question anyone would ask if you are approaching them for an event sponsorship. So better be prepared with a very good answer and presentation sheet to convince them.

    Sponsorship for an event can be in the form of goods, services, food and beverage, print-out materials, banners, décor or even a venue in the ultimate case. Workout a list of what you think you would like to have sponsored to offset your event management costs. Make a wish list of items you feel you are able to persuade companies or individuals to sponsor you for. Pick a special niche in your event that you would like to highlight, giving you the edge over others who have or had approached your target sponsors before. The more special and unique your event, the higher the chance of confirmed sponsorship.

  • How to Choose Suitable Color Theme for Your Events

    We all can’t live without color in our lives, more so when we need to make an impact during an event. Holding an event is basically on a short term so it is important for us to make the right impression that will in all cases remain in the minds of people we come into contact with, or to attract visitors to our event.

    Every event organizer will try to synergize lighting, sound system, décor and color to their best possible impact but the key to all this is color. You just might wreck your whole event if the color scheme is way off mark, unless off course if your intentions are to be notorious with a riot of mismatched colors! So how do you go about choosing the right color scheme for that special event?

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