The Essential Event Planning Kit

The Essential Event Planning Kit

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by Godfrey Harris
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780935047363
Publisher:
Americas Group, The
Publication date:
11/28/2001
Edition description:
4th
Pages:
60
Sales rank:
919,285
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.20(d)

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The Essential Event Planning Kit 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
fitzsue More than 1 year ago
"In the United States, most people attend some 24 events a year - birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, weddings, commemorations, receptions, opening, parties, etc." That in itself is daunting, but never fear the answer is here...The Essential Event Planning Kit has a great checks and balance way to help you prepare for an event. No matter how large or small, private or corporate. One of the best things is the forms that are found in the book that can be copied for personal use: * Event Activities - the components of the event * Planning Calendars - either monthly or annual * Fundraising/Sponsorship - is there a purpose for the event * Layout map - great for seated events * Furnishings - to be used with the layout map * Event Budget - the scariest part of any event made simplier * Planning Guide - to be used with the calendar as a written timeline * Event Checklist - the day of the event - who, what, where * Event Program - who speaks and for how long * Contingency Considerations - what if it rains and the event is outdoors - better to think of these things early on * Event Goals & Evaluations - feedback and review is always good This book is clear, concise and easy for anyone to use. Having done large lunches (400+ people) with a committee some of these forms would have been very helpful. Especially contingency considerations " if something can go wrong it will". I like the idea of event evaluations - what went well and what didn't. The author also suggests that you save your forms for future events, it can help with organizing and avoiding pitfalls.