Category Archives: Event Project Management

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Event Postproduction 101 – The 5 Things Corporate Planners Need To Tackle Immediately After An Event

End of corporate event - closed signSo, your event went relatively well, and your guests are out the door. Don’t stop now! Caffeine will have to keep you going just a little longer.

Postproduction—the management activities following an event—is an essential part of event management. It lays the groundwork for future success with your target attendees. And your post-event report to the event sponsor will justify expenses and efforts affiliated with production.

While most aspects of postproduction can wait a few days, there are five things planners need to get going within 24 hours: Continue reading

Many Hats To Wear – The Versatility Of An Event Manager

Female Project Manager wearing multiple hats to signify versatility of professionEvent management has many facets and so do the responsibilities of an event manager. Determining responsibilities can get a bit confusing. Especially when you look at the different job titles and job descriptions circulating in the industry. But in reality it is quite simple: As an event manager, you do it all!

While there are team members to support you, the final responsibility is in your court. It’s all about versatility! Challenging, but it truly is one of the aspects I love most about event management. Continue reading