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    Experience in fundraising and or event management I have experience in both fundraising and event management. At Netball Victoria I worked alongside the Community Engagement Manager and was responsible for promoting the departments fundraising incentives to our members or sponsors. I was responsible for seeking cross collaboration opportunities with our major commercial sponsors and identifying commercial opportunities to incorporate our key not-for-profit organisations agendas such as the Butterfly Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. I mutually have a solid understanding of event management from working with two previous employers that focused on events to generate revenue streams in their Commercial Departments. Both my roles at Netball Victoria and Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust required me to take on some event coordinating duties and manage my workload to meet event outcomes reporting and timelines. 2. Excellent relationship and stakeholder management skills All my previous positions have required me to have excellent relationship and stakeholder management skills. I am therefore very comfortable working with a diverse range of people and building professional networks that are mutually beneficial. When working with stakeholders I like…

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    In broad terms, event management has been applied to situations as the process of managing a project such as arranging an entertainment, tourism, fashion, sport and festivals etc. (Harris, 2004). Generally, event manager performs an important duty in all kinds of business. In the event management industry, great events leader could plan a successful event in order to bring valuable profit for organisation and teams in future operating (Harris, 2004). According to the question commented, a…

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    2.3.3 The Law of Daily Event Management The law of daily event management is about transportation cost reduction cannot be realized through infrequent transportation network designs. Real savings will only result from daily management and optimization of transportation requirement variability. Regular review and planning transportation network could make cost reduction, such an example, regular network planning can fully utilize truckload by making consolidation, milk run and JIT of the few of…

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    I am the general manager of an event management company based in Johannesburg South Africa. Part of my responsibilities is to employ the best people to occupy vacancies in the company. This part of my job is crucial to the wellbeing of the company as it entails recruiting the best candidates possible to fill each post in the organization. It takes months of searching to find that one special person who embodies what we look for in an employee. Although new have the potential to introduce fresh…

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    I really recommend this book to young readers like myself, it will enhance their mind with more knowledge than they ever thought, and it is such an interesting book that they are going to want to read it everywhere they go. As reported in this book, “While no one can predict uncertain events with certainty, we can at least understand certainty itself. “ (5) Probability is not just the likelihood of something happening; it provides a connection to the true, genuine, randomness that is part of…

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    likelihood of an event happening. The probability for any event occurring falls between 1 percent and 100 percent thus meaning that the interpreted meaning of a probability equals the subject meaning held of the probability (Grinstead et al, 1997). However, it is worth noting that the application of probability or assigning of probability to the events in the effort to gratifying the axioms of probability follows some rules or basics (Grinstead et al, 1997). One of the basics is the random…

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    The limited literature reviews identified three key themes that are significant and beneficial for the event management to close the gap and enhance the service. The three key themes are (1) banquet management, (2) staff management, and (3) service management. These key themes have been closely observed at Rendezvous Hotel, Auckland in the banquet department. The observation was carried out throughout the 12 weeks of CO-OP placement in order to review, analyse, and evaluate the complete process…

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    M3 Event Planning

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    In order to organise a large event such as the Rhythm & Vines Music festival, the event coordinators have to carefully construct a plan which ensures that they have enough resources to accommodate and supervise the influx of people at their festival. To have a successful event, one must create the perfect plan to ensure that the festival returns annually and does not go out of business. The most crucial process of the event is the process of planning and decision making, particularly because if…

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    Fraternity (“Kappa”), a nonprofit association, and (“event planner”). 1. Facilities: The event planner agrees to provide Kappa with event planning and management services for the event detailed below. Facility: Date: Hours: Rate or fee: Payment terms: 2. Services: The event planner hereby agrees to provide Kappa with the following services at the function described above. a. Event Staff and Management The event planner agrees to be responsible for…

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    Secondly we have private sector and events (companies who produce for a profit, marketing sales purposes and hotels, resorts), the third sector is voluntary (important role, charities and causes) The structure of events industry regroups many actors who make the event possible, in the smallest events just some of them participate to make it but in the biggest one, they regroup in general all those actors: event management companies where customers find provision of the whole event, generally…

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