Where’s the meat?

OK, I admit it, it’s a strange opening line, but it’s completely relevant for the 3 event management tips I’m about to share with you.

It Takes More Than Love and Passion to Plan an Event Successfully

Do you love planning events for friends or family and want to move that passion into an event planning career?

Are your friends and family always coming to you because you’re naturally good at organizing, seeing the big picture and multi-tasking under pressure?

But do you worry that there isn’t enough room for your services in the marketplace? According to ISES (International Special Event Society), spending for special events is $500 billion worldwide, which means there’s plenty of room and money to build your dream career.

If this all sounds familiar, you’ll love these 3 must do tips to plan an event – any event – in today’s episode of EventPlanning BlueprintTV. It’s a simple event toolkit to help you plan and then manage your events more effectively.

3 Event Management Tips

The 3 event management tips I reveal are something that any event manager, party planner or meeting planner can struggle with – especially when just getting started in the event planning industry.

So, are you ready to put your event planning experience to good use?

Before we get into the video, let’s get back to the meat…No matter how well we plan an event; we always have to be prepared for something going wrong. I once planned a corporate event that had more men than women and, according to the men; I didn’t order enough breakfast meat so I had to work with the catering staff to fix that for the rest of the conference! Whatever the occasion it’s important to plan accordingly and be prepared for anything.

As promised in the video; click here to view the catering guidelines

I’d love to hear from you!

Now that I’ve shared these 3 event management tips with you, I’d love to hear from you. What other tips would you add to this list? And, if you have a funny story to share about an event you’ve planned, please share it. I’d love to hear it! Be sure to leave your comments below. And, if you liked this content, subscribe to our free weekly advice above, and share it with your friends. As always, thanks for joining me each week and for your comments!

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