The Events industry is so diverse, with so many service providers including event management as one of the services they offer no wonder once you tell people that you are in the event planning business you get questions like “So you have tents and chairs?”.
Event planning and management has many times been reduced to managing the different services offered at the Event, like food, drinks, entertainment and others.
As an Event planner, my biggest role is to make my client’s dreams come true taking the dream from paper to the ground. This I will mainly do through developing concepts that will bring the client’s dreams to life and coming up with effective event plans that will ensure that we deliver seamless, stress-free events.
Most successful events have had well-crafted event plans, a successful event is really 90% planning and 10 % execution therefore, any Good event planner should focus 90% of their energy on the plan and 10% on actual ground management. One feeds off the other.
So what does event planning actually involve?
Generation of event ideas
Source for partners/Service providers
Event Design work
IMPLEMENTATION/ project manager
Event work plan
Service provider meetings
Service provider contracts
Event floor plan
Media buying and planning
Service provider payments
Service provider coordination
Pre Event Set up
Hospitality and guest management
Accreditation and delegate registration
An Event planner is a consultant that can make the event memorable, impactful, or nothing to write home about.
Does your event planner give you all this?
The next time you are looking out for a corporate Events planning firm, TelliT Events is waiting to serve you.