Event planning requires extraordinary attention to details and logistics. This does not mean it is rocket science; rather, it simply means the entire process must be approached in a linear fashion. Point A connects to point B and so on. Everything should first connect at the conceptual level, or it is a guarantee that the event itself will not work.
In planning an event, several questions must be asked, including what is its purpose. Is it to raise funds? Thank customers? Attract new clientele? Answering these questions will to a large extent determine the entire planning process and increase the likelihood for success.
Of course, those are just some of the questions that must be asked. Other questions include what type of event do you want to create? One that involves dinner? Or sponsors? A silent or live auction? Answering these questions is not difficult, but solving the issues that will arise in planning the event takes time–and time is money.
With years worth of experience planning events, including formulating appropriate budgets to ensure the numbers add up, EXPONENTIAL2 can provide cost-effective support to ensure success as you define it.