Event planning and management can be a stressful job, due to the overwhelming amount of tasks involved in making sure that the outcome is a success.
Define your goals
Before you even start planning your event, it is vital that you have a vision or end goal in mind and a set execution date. Once you define your direction you can then proceed to build your strategy. Make sure that you clearly identify the kind of event you need to plan and the tasks that need to be accomplished.
Once your goals are defined now you can start building a set of tasks that will help you reach those goals. If you’re not following a timeframe or schedule, then you’re bound to get carried away or miss important deadlines. Prepare a timeline or checklist to make sure you’re on track.
When used correctly, technology can become one of your most-used tools during your event planning. Avoid using multiple tech tools that may overlap and cause confusion. Instead focus on one tool which can solve all of your needs, like Slack, a messaging tool that allows you to create separate channels depending on team or topic and can be easily integrated with Dropbox.
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