Contract out for event success

Doyan, Yves
August 2006
Northern Ontario Business;Aug2006, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p32
The article presents information on the factors that must be considered when hiring an event planner. This emphasizes that employing a committee to carry out the aspects that one wishes to be achieve in a corporate event is a helpful idea. Moreover, the author suggests that financial aspect, atmosphere, location, number of guests, date and time, and degree of formality of the event must also be taken into account.


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