Introduction to Event Organising

This course will give you insight into the best introductory practices to ensure your events, big or small are successful. The course offers knowledge on plans and executing events, this includes overall event design, branding, and teamwork. 

1. 4 Steps to get you started in Events Organizing.

Event Organising

1.Goal Setting:

The most important thing about setting a goal is for it to be tangible and reached. If it is a profitable event you might have to sell x amount of entry tickets or it could mean ensuring a bride and all her guests are happy. The method you use to measure the success of your event is very important when setting these goals.


2.Establish Your Team: 

Decide who will be part of your team and what suitable roles they have. Next would be to assign tasks to each team member and monitor their performance. Sub committee’s such as entertainment, hiring goods, helps aids in a successful goal setting manner.

3. Event Plan:

Write down everything you need to do and set deadlines ahead of the actual event date to ensure you are on track to event success. Things always pop up expectantly so it is best to be prepared. catering, speakers, registration (and parking), sponsor and partner management, as well as publicity and marketing. The final product of this process should be a detailed event checklist.

Brand Your Event 

There are different methods of marketing and branding, online, word of mouth and by use pf products (such as name branding items used at the event). Ensure your event has a recognizable and unique in its field. Design a logo that will embody the spirit of your event and facilitate recognition in promotional materials. Make sure the clients are happy as word of mouth advertising travels faster and affects your brand more than any other kind.


What are you most likely to put on your event checklist?

1.Goal Setting:

The most important thing about setting a goal is for it to be tangible and reached. If it is a profitable event you might have to sell x amount of entry tickets or it could mean ensuring a bride and all her guests are happy. The method you use to measure the success of your event is very important when setting these goals.

2.Establish Your Team:

Decide who will be part of your team and what suitable roles they have. Next would be to assign tasks to each team member and monitor their performance. Sub committee’s work best to ensure ticking off things from your event checklist such as entertainment, hiring goods, helps aids in a successful goal setting manner.

3. Event Plan:

3. Event PlWrite down everything you need to do and set deadlines ahead of the actual event date to ensure you are on track to event success. Things always pop up expectantly so it is best to be prepared. catering, speakers, registration (and parking), sponsor and partner management, as well as publicity and marketing. The final product of this process should be a detailed event checklist.


4. Brand Your Event: 

There are different methods of marketing and branding, online, word of mouth and by use pf products (such as name branding items used at the event). Ensure your event has a recognizable and unique in its field. Design a logo that will embody the spirit of your event and facilitate recognition in promotional materials. Make sure the clients are happy as word of mouth advertising travels faster and affects your brand more than any other kind.



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