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Do you work for a small organisation that doesn’t have a dedicated event planner?

Is event planning not your usual day job but you find yourself in the position of having to organise an event and don’t know where to start?

Are you wondering how you’re going to deliver a professional-looking event alongside the 101 other things on your to-do list?

This simple and concise book will guide you through the three phases of planning an event – what to do before the event, on the day of the event and post event. It will save you time, help you to feel in control and set you up to deliver a professional-looking, well executed, small to medium sized event.

The Beginner’s Guide to Event Planning has been written for the event planning novice. So even if young and inexperienced it will help you to come across as competent in event planning to colleagues, participants and speakers which can have incredible benefits for both you personally and the organisation you work for.

Part 1 concentrates on what you need to think about and prepare before the event:
Getting your head into the right mental spaceChoosing a suitable dateDeciding on a venuePlanning the agendaDetermining speakers – how to decide who you want and how to invite themDetermining a moderator – how to decide who you want and how to invite themDetermining participants – how to decide who you want in the room and how to attract themCreating the registration processHiring a photographerInviting the press and bloggersBuilding buzz around your eventPreparing what needs to be done before the event
Part 2 dives into what to do on the actual day of your event:
Setting up before the participants arriveWelcoming participants and speakersEnsuring things run smoothly throughout the dayWhat to do after the participants have left
Part 3 describes common actions to take after the event has finished:
Thank you emailsFeedback formsDelivering on what you promised
Follow the advice in this book and you will be working smartly and effectively, making sure all bases are covered but not wasting time on pointless tasks.

What’s stopping you from making sure that you deliver a professional-looking event in as little time as possible?

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