Event Planning

Event planning can be the process of planning a project such as a meeting, convention, ceremony, party or tradeshow. Event planning can include catering, budgeting, recommending a theme, reserving and choosing the event site, managing risk and health and safety.

You will need the skills to choreograph people and actives to create an imaginative event that creates memories and leave a lasting impression that people will remember.

Whether it is a fundraising event, trade show or convention event planning requires fine attention to detail and co-coordinating every objective that your client wishes to achieve.

Event planning can be stressful, as you will be working to deadlines and it can be a demanding career choice. It requires multitasking on several things at one time. The work hours can be long and irregular. Event planning can be a great opportunity to travel, visit prospective sites and meet new groups of people. The event planner should be able to choose speakers, content and entertainment.

As an event planner, you will need experience, take time to build up a portfolio, even if it means volunteering at a free event or helping out at a local club to set up a small event for them to gain examples of your work. Going to exhibitions and conferences within the events industry is a great way to network and build connections in event planning.

To be an event planner you should be prepared for some physical activity, long hours of being on your feet and walking around, carrying materials and boxes.

Different types of event planning are generally broken down into three types :

In House Event Planner

Agency Side Event Planner

Event Company Event Planner

Once you have decided that event planning is the right event for you and you have your portfolio of experinece you can go ahead and start your career in event planning.

Event with champagne

Event with champagnehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mfRVM4rC74