Planning an internal meeting: Step 6

Please note:
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.

Step 6:
After the event is over, your work is far from finished: The follow-up


  • Send thank-you notes to everyone involved (partners, supporters, speakers etc.)
  • Place photographs/videos on the (internal) website.
  • Media coverage (intranet, company news, trade press etc.).
  • Monitor the incoming invoices and the payment process.
  • Compile a final budget.
  • Send out and evaluate the feedback questionnaires.
  • Evaluate the event so that you can perform even better in the future.
  • Which aspects were successful?
    - What kind of feedback came from the guests?
    - Reflect on the feedback and potential improvements.

Download this checklist here:
Checklist 6a. The follow-up - Planning a meeting

All steps compactly here as download: Checklist a - planning a meeting


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