Task 1: Event Pitch
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2. Identify the different stages and steps required in planning, managing and evaluating events, conferences and other special events
You are required to prepare and present a PowerPoint presentation of an Event pitch based on the following criteria.
This task focuses on designing an event pitch for staging a real event.
1. Analyse the different types of events and finalize an event type that you will stage. Justify.
2. The event pitch must also point out the conceptual and practical implications while organizing the event for the participants and attendees.
3. The event pitch must assess and recognize the various needs and expectations of stakeholders.
4. You are required to propose appropriate support or sponsors the group would approach for the successful execution of the event.
Task 1.1 – presentation for the event pitch
Task 2 – Report, appendices and staging of an event
This task requires you to provide evidence of your competency in planning, organizing, and managing the whole event by submitting the following:
1. An event brief including the designated roles that will play on the day of staging the event.
2. Event Management Plan for the event that contain detailed instructions, policies, rules and procedures, event promotional strategies, equipment needed, time allocation and a layout drawing if required.
3. A clear estimate of the Event budget
4. A Risk matrix and mitigation.