Parties / occasions mean a lot to Nigerian citizens despite cultural diversity.
CEO and Creative Director of 2A’s Events Nigeria Ltd, Mrs. Bose Abisagboola, stated that standardization is needed in the event industry, assuring her commitment to ensuring its effectiveness. In her 2017 write-up for the event industry conference magazine, she pledged to see to its institutionalization as a norm for Nigerian event professionals. As a dedicated member of the Association of Professional Party Organisers and Event Planners in Nigeria (APPOEMN), standardization is influenced by her impacts and competent expertise in the association.
The event industry has assumed the position of one of the evolving and rapidly growing industries in the Nigerian economy. Resultantly, there is an urgent need to standardize the industry as its benefits cannot be overemphasized. The cultural heritage and identity of Nigerians which has its belief in communal celebration permits celebration of almost every occasion and events in their lives in a grand style. These celebrations Range from dating proposal to marriage engagement, weddings, wedding anniversaries, baby showers, child naming ceremonies, child dedication, College graduation and many more.
Cultural and traditional styles now blend with western styles.
Nigerians celebrate everything worthy of celebration with families and friends due to its deep immersion in cultural diversities. Citizens of Nigeria are naturally happy people and have therefore been regarded as the happiest people on earth. They are prone to lightening up moods, making sure no one around them has dull moments. In today’s history, events in the country has evolved and taken a new turn as cultural and traditional styles now blend with western styles, fostering global trends in the sector.
To activate a more productive and sustainable development in the industry, there is a need for adoption of an holistic point of view on standardizing the sector. This can be done by enacting win-win ethical standards, rules, practices and proper modes of conduct that would serve as a guide to all practitioners and stakeholders serving in the event sector. With proper development and adoption, these standards are capable of addressing perennial issues such as vendors and venue sourcing, client management, staffing, costs and customer satisfaction.
Stakeholders will be beneficiaries of the standards.
Adoption of this practice ensures an enabling environment that aids consensus operations in the industry. For creation of the required standards, close attention must be paid to some contexts which include formulation and publication; implementation of rules and guidelines; and specifications for regular and repeated procedures. This would help attain the optimum level of order and uniformity in every discipline, context and field of endeavors. When implemented, stakeholders would be beneficiaries. There would likewise be a great enhancement of the integrity of event practitioners.
Inclusion of guidelines like contract terms and conditions for provision of a framework of quality and rapid service delivery would ensure availability of structural support for organizations. Likewise, it would improve continuous education through collective formulation, training and implementation of industry ethical standards and code of conduct. There would also be an encouraged industrial alignment in negotiations, refund policies and others; and formulation of efficient safety standards for vendors and guest to enable a safe and incident-free event.
There would be innovative solutions to fight challenges.
Additionally, with appropriately implemented standards, there would be an enhancement in the industry’s credibility which would in turn attract the participation and partnership of the government in formulation of policies. Professionalism would thrive in the event business with solid boost in innovative solutions to combat common challenges, idea sharing with technological instruments and evolving business trends through educative seminars and exhibitions. Every member of APPOEMN is expected to be standard-driven according to its vision statement: “Setting standards that ultimately yield profitability in Nigeria’s events industry”.
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Event industry requires ethical standards – Parties / occasions mean a lot to Nigerian citizens despite cultural diversity. – Express your point of view.
Any organization in the event center industry should ensure they follow the ethical standards of their profession. It makes them do better and ensure they are well regulated.
To maintain the standards and balance within the affairs of the industry, there’s a need for implementation of rules and guidelines. This would positively affect and impact the progress of the industry.
Many Nigerians like parties a lot but they lost ethical protocol irrespective of their culture. There should be normal standard that needs to be followed in other to enhance good manner to general public.
Our entertainment industry is getting bigger daily so they must learn to do things the right way because they are penetrating the global scene.
Since public gathering is an integral part of Nigerian culture, most major life milestones can be commemorated in a large fashion and that needs to change.
Event industry requires ethical standards. Is nice to follow the ethical standards of their postive impact and profession
I hope the individuals in the event industry in the country know that if standards were properly enforced, the industry’s credibility would increase, and the government would be more willing to work with it to create new rules which can favor them.
All these policies that I have seen in this article will really benefit our entertainment industry if implemented, and I hope they actually go ahead with these plans.
I agree with Mrs Bose stance and view of point. Ethical standards should be maintained in all manner in there line of profession and in the industry generally.
It is very necessary to sanitize the way occasions/parties are organized in the country. Therefore,event industry will require ethics and standards to achieve and attain this pedestal.
Regardless of their cultural background, many Nigerians have abandoned moral norms due to their enthusiasm for partying. Good manners in public can be strengthened through the establishment of universally applicable norms.
Standard ethics should firstly be ensured and maintained in the event industry. Then will people see the standard and also live up to it.
Ethical standard should be well organize and follow in the industry to promote good manners so thing can be done in the right ways
There should be a strict adherence to professional ethics on the part of any company operating in the event sector. Since this motivates them to improve their performance and maintain high standards of regulation, they do so.
Industry-wide norms and regulations are necessary to preserve quality and promote equilibrium. The development of the industry as a whole would benefit from this.
The country’s approach to throwing celebrations and events needs a thorough cleaning. Hence, for the event sector to reach this pinnacle, ethics and standards are essential.
The Event industry need to create ethical standards that will ensure sanity of the industry and rid off irregularities that is plaguing the industry to allow efficiency and maximum productivity.
Rules and regulations must be put into place in order to uphold the standards and balance of the industry’s activities. The development of the industry would be impacted and favorably affected by this.
Despite the fact that many Nigerians enjoy parties a lot, they have lost regard for ethical behavior. To improve general public decency, there should be a set of norms that must be adhered to.