We have a conference in three months," said the CEO. Find me a really nice place and make sure we don't break the bank. "So, in twenty words, you've been promoted (or demoted) Event Manager. You may have little or no experience in this area and training is definitely on and starting now!"
Almost everyone who owns a rental space must provide a venue for any kind of event. You can choose from purpose-built educational institutions, hotels, mansions, palaces, conference rooms, exhibition centers, art galleries, museums, universities, and the best restaurants in Texas.
You can rest assured that everyone is different and has their own special attributes that make them attractive for your event. You can also make sure that the place that best suits your needs is also very popular with other users.
The selection process can be a nightmare because sometimes it's like comparing apples to oranges. So before you even see it, get out a blank sheet of paper and write down what your event needs from the venue to help make it a success.
Here are some suggestions:
* On what date do you need space? Do you need a trial day in addition to the actual event?
* How many people do you want to invite? Should the numbers be flexible up and down?
* How many parking spaces are needed for your event?
* If the place is a bit far from your office; should we say forty minutes drive?
Some of this information may not be available in detail at an early stage of the project, but you should plan well and, if necessary, go further to ensure that your website will more than meet your needs.