How To Get The Best Event Management Software

Are you in search of an event management software which helps you in managing your events effectively? Then here are some tips which will make it easier for you in choosing a perfect event management software.

Verify The Support Team’s Reliability

Imagine it is the evening before your event and came across an urgent query. So it is crucial for you to find any competent person whom you can contact even on a Friday night.

So before choosing a company’s event management software make sure that the company provides a reliable support team which can be available  whenever required.

Make Sure The Software Manages All Your Data

A different software for managing individual aspects of an event can prove to be stressful. So make sure that the software you choose has the ability to multi-task i.e  it is capable of managing various types of tasks effectively without any error.

Know Your Requirements

 The main thing which you should do before choosing an event management software is to specify your requirements regarding the event.

Once you figure this out you will  able to find an ideal event management software which meets your requirements as accurately as possible. You can find a wide range of management software such as event management software, membership management software and many more at www.chamberdesk.com/features/event-management/.

 So keep in mind all the above tips before choosing an event management software and you will definitely find your ideal one.

Equestrian Events

Some Very Interesting Facts About Equestrian Events

Here are some interesting facts about equestrian events which have been part of the Olympics since 1900. So let us have a look at it.

Horses have been in the Olympics since from long before 1900, basically. Chariot racing was one of the biggest highlights of the original Olympics, in 682 BC.

Polo was once an Olympic sport, along with horse long jump and horse high jump.

The first Olympic to be televised was 1936 Berlin Olympics and in that Germany had actually won all the equestrian events of that year.

Dressage was included as an equestrian event only in 1928!

Till 1952, all athletes who were participating in the equestrian events had to be military officials.

Women used to never participate in the equestrian events till the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. This was the year when Danish horse rider Lisa Hartel won a silver medal in the dressage category. But the interesting part is that Lisa Hartel was paralyzed from the waist down and then could not even get on her horse without help!

Though the 1956 Olympics were to be held in Australia, the horse riding events had to be held in Stockholm, Sweden. This was because of the fact that Australia contained quarantine rules and regulations which were incredibly difficult to meet.

Two horses had died in 1968 in Mexico while competing. This forced the committee to strengthen its rules about the safety of the horses participating in the games. After that, not a single horse has died while competing in the games.

A lot of old people have participated in the equestrian events of the Olympics- among them, the oldest was Hiroshi Hoketsu a dressage rider from Japan who was 67 years old when he had participated in the event. Ian Miller who was a show jumper was 61 year when had won the competition.