“The purpose of a formal event is to build relations and promote interests abroad, the ability to manifest respect for another culture, traditions and represent the ethical code of your county or company.
The protocol is critical to maintain diplomatic relations, convey respect, and avoid potential misunderstandings in international and formal contexts. ”

Formal Events Protocol™

  • Forms of Address: Protocol services advise on the correct forms of address and titles when interacting with dignitaries, officials, and foreign representatives. This ensures that individuals are addressed with the appropriate level of respect.
  • Flag Etiquette: They guide the correct display and use of flags, especially in official and diplomatic settings. Understanding flag protocol is essential in maintaining respect and diplomacy.
  • Ceremonial Procedures: Protocol services assist in planning and executing ceremonies, such as award ceremonies, official signings, and military parades, following the established protocols and customs associated with these events.
  • Cultural Awareness: Understanding cultural nuances and sensitivities are crucial in diplomatic and official interactions. Protocol services often provide training on cultural awareness to avoid misunderstandings.
  • International Relations: In international diplomacy, protocol services
  • Event Logistics: They oversee logistical aspects of official events, including transportation arrangements, security measures, and seating plans, to ensure that everything runs smoothly:
  1. Guest of government visit: diplomatic events, press conferences, bilateral political meetings
  2. Official visit: gala dinners, world summits
  3. Working visits: international meetings, business conferences, trade and industry, business forums, briefings
  4. Private visits: visits to social and cultural institutions, signing ceremonies, exhibitions, activities promoting culture, and official public ceremonies.

Formal Event Protocol™ basic chapters of are:

Total arguments: 26, each argument is introduced in 2h at dependence of established goals.
  • Hierarchy
  • Order of succession
  • Table arrangements
  • Seating arrangements
  • Titles and honours
  • Protocol of presents and flowers
  • Invites and replay
  • Business meeting protocol
  • Mobile protocol
  • People with disabilities
  • Non-formal meetings
  • VIP protocol. Rider
  • Governmental visit protocol. National and international
  • Arrival and departure ceremony
  • Agenda- scheduling protocol
  • Protocol of transfering
  • Audition’s tactics, journalist’s, translator’s, security
  • Flags arrangements
  • Protocol of hymn
  • Protocol of hymn
  • Military greeting
  • Wreath-laying ceremony
  • Banquets and meetings between the head of state and delegations
  • Menu& couvert
  • Invites and replay
  • Ethics of presents, souvenir & flowers