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Presented by:

Adam King

Eventpod Pvt.Ltd

Sydney Office: Level 1, 100

Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW

2000, Australia

Contact no. :+61 (0)2 82965890

Email: [email protected]

http://eventpod.com.au/

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An event planner is someone who coordinates all aspects of professional meetings and events. They often choose meeting locations, arrange transportation, and coordinate other details.

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An event planner will typically do the following:

  • Meet with clients to understand the purpose of the meeting or event
  • Plan the scope of the event, including time, location, program, and cost
  • Solicit bids from places and service providers (for example,  florists or photographers)
  • Work with the client to choose where to hold the event and whom to contract for services
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Event planners spend most of their time in offices. During meetings and events, they usually work on-site at hotels or convention centers. They travel regularly to attend events they organize and to visit prospective meeting sites, sometimes in exotic locations around the world.

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90% of nonprofits rank events as being important or very important

  • Nonprofits host more events than B2B and B2C combined
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More than half of survey respondents(55%) Who engaged with causes via social media have been inspired to take further action.

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70% of event programmers said the viral nature of an event is extremely or very important

Event costs are expected to increase 5% for air travel, 3.9% for room rates, 2.5% for meeting rooms, and 4% for food and beverage or catering in the coming year.

64% of event planners said they found early bird discounts to be the best promotional method for an event.

50% of event revenue comes from registration, while food and beverage eats up 33% of expenses.

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Trends come and go

  • Pay attention to what’s popular
  • Everything should coordinate
  • Keep it all simple
  • Keep it all unified with a theme
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Smaller portions, dinner in bites

  • Alcohol isn’t always necessary – try a signature “mocktail,” sparkling water, or punch for something different
  • Current trends to consider:
    • Thai and Indian flavor profiles
    • Creative twists on classic favorites
    • Gluten free- and vegan-friendly options
    • Locally sourced ingredients
    • Quinoa, lentils, grains
    • Food truck food without the truck
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Physical activities, but get creative

  • Virtual participation
  • Peer-to-peer fundraising
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National Groups

    • National Speakers Bureau
    • Executive Speakers Bureau
  • Local affiliations
    • NPR, NPM, PBS
    • Experts right here at home
  • Local bands, acoustic musicians, acrobats, jugglers, caricature artists, comedians
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Who is your audience?

  • Does your event align with what they respond to?
  • What will make your event different?
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Discuss the difference between a goal and a tactic

  • Collaborate
  • Agree on how to measure success
  • Keep the goals alive
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Goals to consider:

    • Attendance
    • Money raised
    • Publicity
    • Awareness
    • Motivation
    • Collaboration
  • Is it something else entirely?
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Things to consider:

    • Budget and theme
    • Does the site provide catering?
    • Does the site provide what you’ll need- tables, chairs, stage, projector, microphone, podium, etc.?
    • Will the site provide tech support in case something goes wrong?
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Provides high quality services.

  • Give proper attention to every client.
  • Taking care of every necessities of attendees.
  • Excellent facilities like luxurious rooms with perfect dining.
  • Corporate event planners organize the event as per the budget of the client.
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Eventpod Pvt.Ltd

Sydney Office: Level 1, 100

Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW

2000, Australia

Perth Office:31 Martin Avenue,

Nedlands, WA 6009, Australia

Contact no. :+61 (0)2 8296 5890

Email: [email protected]

http://eventpod.com.au/

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