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    • HPM400 FEBRUARY 8, 2010 Agenda: •Quiz on Chapters 1 and 2 •Review of Assignments from 2.1.10 •Sharing of Assignments for 2.8.10 •Presentation: HPM400 2.8.10
    • THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW/CONSIDER:  Grammar and punctuation important p p  “Punctuation goes inside quotations.”  Proof read your work – event planners are about details; if you are not detailed enough to ensure perfect presentation, how will you hit all the details of the event?  Presentation is our industry – think about how you are presenting your information. Is it professional, easy to understand, visual? f i l d d i l?
    • ASSIGNMENT SHARING  A client has come to you to design an event: y g  Develop the questions for client discovery (min of 10 questions)  Describe how you conducted your research  Design an event that meets the client’s needs based on inspiration from art, travel, fashion, etc. Include:  what the basis of your inspiration was h h b i f i i i  describe the event: type of event, format of the event, type of venue, color scheme (include color swatches)  additional event elements and d t il dditi l t l t d details
    • CASE STUDY UPDATE:
    • EVENT LEADERSHIP ENCOMPASSES:  Civic Events  Expositions/exhibitions  Fairs/Festivals  Hallmark Events  Hospitality  Meetings and Conferences  Retail Events  S i l Life-cycle Events Social Lif l E t  Sports Events  Tourism
    • 2010 WINTER OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY  The Government of Canada is proud to support p pp the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The opening and closing ceremonies will capture both the spirit of our country and British Columbia's unique personality. We, and all Canadians, look forward to a global event that Canada can be proud of in 2010,” … C f ”  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PMoeOC3HVM
    • DEVELOPING YOUR CAREER  Mastering Yourself g  Mastering Time Management  Mastering Finance  Mastering Technology  Mastering Human Resource Skills  Business Development RResource DDevelopment l t  Lifelong Learning
    • ANATOMY OF AN EVENT  The Purpose p  The Design  The theme/look/brand  The timing/flow  The elements (entertainment, f&b, décor)  The Finances (budget, revenue sources) (budget  The Message (collateral, marketing, PR)  The Resources (systems, venue, service providers, ( y , , p , human resources)  Communications
    • COURSE PROJECT: Develop and plan and event from start to finish: 1. Client Discovery 2. Research 3. Identify the Scope of Work 4. Design the Event 5. Develop the Event Budget 6. Develop a Planning Timeline 7. Develop your Marketing Plan 8. Develop your team of resources 9. Plan all your event details 10. 10 Outline your staffing needs and chain of command 11. Script your production schedule 12. Outline your Risk Management plan 13. Outline your Evaluation process
    • ASSIGNMENT FOR 2.15.10  Read Chapters 3, 4, and 5 p , ,  Be prepared for a quiz