Awesome events leave people who attend with a real buzz they will be talking about for ages. But how do you get started?
Running an event can be a daunting task. If you’ve never run one before, where do you start? How to find a venue? How do you tell people about it? What about the cost of the event?
Even if you have run some events, what about when you want to increase the size and scope of it? What additional risks do you need to consider? How many people do you need to help run it? What should you be doing once the event is done?
== About the training ==
In this session, we will go through the event planning cycle covering the key steps for executing successful events.
– Event preparation –event plan, budgets and timelines
– Event promotion – all of the aspects that help to sell the event, raise awareness and increase the number of attendees.
– On-site event management – making sure the big day (or days) goes without a hitch
– Post-event review – organising debriefs, data collection and reviewing
== About the trainer ==
Phoebe Benta has worked in the events industry for 8 years creating and managing events from idea creation to execution. Phoebe has worked on and managed events from Tour de France, World Travel Market and film premiere.
Currently working for Atos Medical UK, Phoebe manages over 30 clinical and patient-focused events a month and has founded the North West and East Midlands Charity Awards. With experience working freelance, corporate and agencies, Phoebe will share her top tips for successful events planning and management.
== Register on Eventbrite ==
JCI Members: Free (with Eventbrite access code)
Non-JCI Members: £10
Are you a non-member and wish to try your first JCI Barnsley training event for free? Please get in touch and we can invite you to use our Free Taster discount code. Email our President, Peter Robertshaw, at email@example.com.
== DISCLAIMER ==
Please note that we do take photos and video at our events. These may be used to promote JCI Barnsley and future events JCI Barnsley run. There is a consent/non-consent option on the registration form, but if you do not consent to photography, please make yourself known to the event organiser on the night, so we can endeavour to make any edits should you get caught on film.