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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (444 pages)|
|Contents:||Title; Copyright; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: The First Steps: Initial Planning & Budgeting; Chapter 2: Organization and Timing; Chapter 3: Location, Location, Location; Chapter 4: Transportation; Chapter 5: Guest Arrival; Chapter 6: Venue Requirements; Chapter 7: Who's It All For?; Chapter 8: Food and Beverage; Chapter 9: Other Considerations; Conclusion; Appendix A: Sample Cost Sheets; Appendix B: Sample Payment Schedules; Appendix C: Sample Function Sheets; Index.|
For event planners, theres no such thing as a dress rehearsal!. Any event you plan and stage is a reflection of your organizations image from the initial invitation to onsite operations. Whether youre planning a product launch, conference, sales meeting, an incentive event, or a gala fund-raiser, remember that the magic of a truly memorable event is in the details, but so is the devil. Whether your event is for 50 or 2,000 people, whether it has a budget of a few thousand dollars, or hundreds of thousands, it has to be perfect. Fully revised and updated, Event Planning, Second Edition, gi.
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