The grand final is only a matter of weeks away, and only five days remain to get your application in for the Student Event Organiser Competition 2015.
The Eventrbrite run competition is one of a kind and has already attracted hundreds of applicants, however you still have a chance to make it to the Hangar Nightclub for the live final on March 31st.
The Voice Of Ireland’s host David Atkinson is rearing to welcome you to The Hnagar, where you could be named the winner of Ireland’s only event organiser competition. A complementary drinks reception awaits you on the night, before David announces the winner as decided by a panel of judges in a Dragon’s Den style format.
The panel will consist of DJ Nikki Hayes of Spin 1083, owner of The Hangar Eileen Denham, On Tap’s director Daryl Cronin, Career Zoo director Dave Fahy and Prop Me Up’s creative director Edwin Jebb.
In order to make your dream a reality and be named the winner, you simply have to fill out an application form at ideaswanted.eventbrite.ie.
As well as seeing your event spring to life, you stand to earn an invaluable paid internship with On Tap event organisers, receive the guidance of event organisers, a video reel of your event and any profits made to boot.
The only rule is that your event must be as imaginative as possible. Original thinking is absolutely encouraged as Eventbrite are challenging you to create an event which will draw an audience of paying customers. With regards to the type of event you want to plan, the possibilities are endless. The Hangar is a versatile space and will provide the venue for your winning idea.
The opportunity is a unique one, and is the perfect chance to get your foot on the event planning ladder. Not only would you be earning an internship and making a name for yourself, but you could make enough money from ticket sales to kick start your next big project.
If event management isn’t for you, but the spectacle of the final appeals to you, send an RSVP at ideaswanted.eventbrite.ie.
Time really is at a premium, and you only have until 9 am on Tuesday the 24th March to get your idea down on paper and submitted to the guys at Eventbrite.
A quick turnaround sees the five finalists announced on the 26th, with the big finale held on the 31st at one of Dublin’s top venues.