Whether you're looking to hire someone to plan a a family event or to handle your meetings and seminars, keep these steps in mind when hiring an event planner.
How to for writing formal invitation letters and materials to a variety of events, including incentive trips, meetings, conferences and more.
Building a basic event budget doesn't have to seem overwhelming. This "how to" will help event planners stay organized with documenting and categorizing expenses.
Considerations for choosing the right venue for a successful event include timing, location, facilities, catering, service, budget and management preference. And unless logistics and time absolutely prevent it, every event planner should conduct a site inspection before contracting any venue.
Event planners will find themselves organizing one or more golf meetings each year, so it's helpful to follow some helpful guidelines to ensure a great outing every time.
One of the best ways to build relationships with customers and employees is to bring them to a baseball game. The key to successful event planning for a baseball event is to plan early.
A basic site selection checklist will help event planners make sure that a venue in consideration is both appropriate and capable of meeting your needs. Keep this list and your priorities nearby for site visits: amenities, facilities, equipment, technology, catering, other services.
As hotel sales continues to increase costs for guest rooms, meeting space and catering services, how can event planners negotiate the best deal?