At a trade show, you never know exactly who's going to be there until the day of the event. Of those that do show up, you can’t guarantee who will stop by your booth to chat with your team. By hosting your own events, you control who's in the room. http://bit.ly/1OgHvQN
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An event planner’s work is not done when the last attendee has left the building. In fact, the aftermath is an important part of an event life-cycle. In this article we look at some of the critical tasks to be completed after the event is over. http://bit.ly/1YqTzkO
An event planner’s work is not done when the last person leaves. In fact after your event is a critical stage in the event life-cycle. Here are some of the critical tasks to be completed after the event is over.
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