Planning an internal meeting: Step 3
When you’re planning a public meeting as opposed to an internal one, you need to take numerous additional aspects into account, such as participant acquisition, media relations, participation fees, sponsors etc.
Does everything fit together? Checking to ensure you’ve made the right decision.
- Coordinate the content and cost of the concept with your client/team. Do the concept and the elements you have researched match our framework of preconditions?
- Make a date for an on-site inspection of the possible event venue so that all the details can be thoroughly checked and confirmed.
- The most important partners must participate in the inspection of the venue.
- Date for the inspection/location check:
- Parking opportunities
- Special bus drop-off points
- Are there possible problems that couldn’t be seen before (pillars in the hall, layout, newness of the equipment, cleanliness etc.)?
- Safety (fire protection, escape routes etc.)
- Barrier-free locations
- What is available (equipment, technology, stage)? What must be rented in addition in order to meet the requirements?
- Where can the various services be positioned (registration, cloakroom, sessions & presentations, catering etc.)?
- Delivery area
- Smoking area
- Discuss the details of the event with the location operator, technology companies, outfitters etc.
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Checklist 3a. Checking whether you’ve made the right decision — planning a meeting
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