24 hours before Event Day:
How you doing? Today let’s move towards Coordination with local and national agencies.
After knowing about event management now let’s forward towards event management procedures. It includes two phases Planning Phase and Implementation phase.
What does event planning involve? Here are some of the basic steps on event planning and implementation. Also let me remind you that your level of planning should coincide with the level and type of your event.
Note: Start your planning as early as possible.
1. Develop Event Goals and Objective
Most Important Event Management Skill Hi Everyone! How you doing? Without doubt, event co-ordination can be an extremely rewarding job. There is no better feeling than seeing a plan come together and knowing you played a key role in the flawless execution of an ambitious project. As rewarding as it is, it is also extremely stressful with the pressure cooker environment of events demanding cool heads that are resourceful in a number of key areas. When analyzing how to plan an event – I came up with some event management skills that are essential for the successful coordinating of an event.
It’s for sure that we all have attended many events around us. Different types of events have their own specifies on the basis of their purpose like entertainment, knowledge sharing, etc. Events may be festivals, conferences, ceremonies, formal parties, concerts or conventions. Event we attend is the final result on uphill struggle of the people working behind the it since many days, months or years. Those people who work for the event are the one who gets many opportunities to learn many things regarding the event. Out of all individuals in a team, manager, plays a major role.
Here is a timeline for your event activities that you need to carry on which will help you in identifying all details you will need to consider in your planning process.
Note: It is just an example of event that takes 4-6 months prior to event.
High Level Planning: 4-6 Months Ahead of Event *