Analyse the Arrangements Made by an Event Organiser to Plan a Business Event

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To: Pierina Bower Unit 18: M2 From: Scott Rouse-Day Date: 27/05/14 In this particular task, I shall be analysing the arrangements made by an event organizer to plan a business event. In this task I am going to be analysing the arrangements made by an event organizer to plan a business. I am going to do this by identifying separate factors, saying how they are related and how each one contributes to the topic. In order to do so, I am going to use the cyclical process of management to aid my analysis. The cyclical process of management is basically the process an event organizer goes through to plan a business event. This is how it works: Cyclical Process of management: The starting point of the cyclical process of management is to establish the context of the event by setting key objectives and aims. This helps to make sure everything is done to a certain standard, and helps to evaluate at the end if you have achieved what you aimed to achieve. For our task we were asked to prepare a plan for a business event. Firstly, we have to clarify the purpose of our event, and therefore, the purpose of me holding an event is to fulfil a criteria that is part of my BTEC assessment. We set objectives for the event we plan to hold, such as, to organise and plan a bowling event for 18 attendees, to complete the event by April 30th, to use our unique set of skills such as organisational and negotiation, to target all second year business students, to make this event a success. Secondly, in order to collect data and information that is acute to the planning of the event, an event brief is needed. Thus, the event brief for the bowling event is as follows: the type of event we have chosen is a non-routine, informal business educational event. It is a bowling event participating in the evening for second year business students at Trafford College. This event will help

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