10 Jul,2022

Event Manager


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If you have high organisation and interpersonal skills and thrive in a fast-paced environment, consider a career as an event manager

 

· Event managers plan and organise promotional, business and social events. They're responsible for running a range of events, ensuring the target audience is engaged and the message of the event is marketed properly. Events play a huge part in the success of a brand or an organisation.

· As an event manager, you'll organise conferences, seminars and exhibitions, as well as parties and corporate incentive trips.

· You'll manage the whole process from the planning stage, right through to running the event and carrying out the post-event evaluation. The role is primarily hands-on and often involves working as part of a team.

 

Responsibilities

 

As an event manager, you'll need to:

· Liaise with clients to find out their exact event requirements

· Produce detailed proposals for events (including timelines, venues, suppliers, legal obligations, staffing and budgets)

· Research venues, suppliers and contractors, then negotiate prices and hire

· Manage and coordinate suppliers and all event logistics (for example, venue, catering, travel)

· Liaise with sales and marketing teams to publicise and promote the event

· Manage all pre-event planning, organising guest speakers and delegate packs

· Coordinate suppliers, handle client queries and troubleshoot on the day of the event to ensure that all runs smoothly and to budget

· Manage a team of staff, giving full briefings

· Organize facilities for car parking, traffic control, security, first aid, hospitality and the media

· Make sure that insurance, legal, health and safety obligations are followed

· Oversee the dismantling and removal of the event and clear the venue efficiently

· Produce post-event evaluation to inform future events

· Research opportunities for new clients and events.


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