The ultimate purpose of any event is for it to be successful.
We will point out the basic steps that organizers could find useful in making sure their event will be eagerly awaited and remembered for all the right reasons.
The following tips always can and should be put into practice, and they vary depending on the type and complexity of each individual event.
1. Set objectives
2. Date and number of participants
4. Plan on time
5. Plan the event in detail
6. Choose the right venue
7. Venue branding
8. Event promotion
9. Adjust the event to the participants
10. Try to make the event pleasant for all
11. Don’t be sparing with food and drinks
12. Make a checklist
Full article with explanations and instructions, you can read on http://www.seebtm.com/en/tips-for-organizers-how-to-create-a-successful-event
The quality of proposals we receive is directly associated with the quality of requests we send. If we don’t say to our suppliers what exactly do we need and desire, they cannot meet our expectations.
40% of RFPs are not sufficiently clear and detaile.
Good and quality request for proposal (RFP) can speed up proposal feedback for even 80%.
The most frequent inaccuracies contained in RFPs:
• number of the participants listed in the request is usually higher than actual number finally participating at the event
• clients require larger meeting room than it is actually needed
• requirements and needs of the lecturers and speakers are not well known
• not sure about quantity of needed food and beverages
• there is no accurate objective of the event defined, which further leads to the inability to express the actual needs and requests
Precise and detailed request should include the following information:
Full article you can read on http://www.seebtm.com/en/writing-an-effective-rfp-good-request-for-proposal-leads-to-successful-event/