St Georges University
School of Arts and Sciences
BUSI- 418 Events Management
Mrs. Naline Ramdeen-Joseph and Mrs. Helen Bhola- Paul
LECTURER CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org (Telephone- 47
Lecturers: Naline Joseph and Helen BholaPaul
What are events?
What are the ingredients that make a
What are the weaknesses and strengths of
national events you
10 STEPS TO PLAN AN EVENT
A BASIC PROCEDURAL OUTLINE TO CONSIDER WHEN PLANNING AN
EVENT OR ACTIVITY
Identify what type of event/activity you would like to do.
Determine the goals of the event and what you would like to accomplish.
Feasibility: What to assess?
The staging of events has risks for the organizers that should be analyzed and understood. The
organizers need to have a relative degree of confidence that:
The event will not result in a financial loss
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population of 5.3 million
It is a progressive nation built on creativity,
warmth of the people and dynamism.
Tourism is the most lucrative asset of S
Event Management of Networking Events
Event management of networking events that may look like lavishly-funded business parties, but
in reality, networking events are essential personal marketing galas. Thus, any event manager
needs to know how to organiz
A Project Report on
Progress and Prospects of Event Companies
GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY KASHMERE GATE,
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Roll No. - 07919121707
(BBA-6th Semester )