Have you been asked to plan an event or meeting for your company, organization or school? Don’t know where to start? Are you responsible to develop a sponsorship program for your event or meeting and need help? Do you need to market your event, draw an audience and don’t know exactly how? Then this one-day workshop is for you! Early registration ends on Friday, December 19. More information and sign up here.
Many people are asked to plan events or meetings without having the full knowledge or toolset to do it correctly. There is a huge risk associated by having a person plan an event without the right tools or knowledge. There is risk related to budget, brand, program, product, safety and so much more. Many of these risks can be prevented by having the basic knowledge, and access to the tools and processes to plan it right from the beginning.
Eventinterface is hosting a one-day workshop on Thursday, January 15th, 2015 in Tempe, Arizona that will address all of these event and meeting planning aspects. Attendees will walk away with the knowledge to successfully produce, market and manage an event or meeting for your company, organization or school. You will know how to develop sponsorships and attract attendees to your events.
The workshop is presented by planners with more than 30 years of international meeting and event planning experience, and you are encouraged to bring the projects you are working on to discuss during the workshop.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Goal setting;
- Budget Development;
- Sponsorship how to, trends, development and agreements;
- Negotiation techniques;
- Site visits and negotiations with vendors;
- Understanding venue and vendor contracts;
- Planning and logistics timeline development;
- Risk prevention;
- Event marketing and public relations, integrating social media;
- Onsite management, the attendee experience;
- No cost tools and resources available to planners;
- Event evaluation;
The workshop runs from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 15, 2015 in Tempe, Arizona. Early Registration (before December 19, 2014) is $75 per attendee. Late Registration: $105 per attendee.
Early registration ends on Friday, December 19.
SIGN UP TODAY
Registration fee includes light breakfast, snacks, lunch and workshop working materials.
More information and sign up here.