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Brief introduction to Event Planning under an interesting angle of playing with Lego

Brief introduction to Event Planning under an interesting angle of playing with Lego

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  • 1. EVENT: GRAND FINAL EVENT OF “MOV – MAT MA NGON TU” FORMAT: 2 CONTESTANTS DEBATE WITH EACH OTHER TILL THE LAST ONE STANDS TO BE THE WINNER JUDGES: HOAI LINH, HO NGOC HA, VAN TRANG SPONSORS: YOMOST & ZALO TASK: DEVELOP A RECRUITMENT (AT ANY FORMS) TO HAVE 1,000 FINAL ATTENDANTS OF THE EVENT
  • 2. Process of making out of small different
  • 3. Process of making out of small different
  • 4. THE BORING LENGTHY COMPLICATED "INDUSTRY DEFINITION" Event planning is the process of managing a project such as a meeting, convention, tradeshow, ceremony, team building activity, party, or convention. Event planning includes budgeting, establishing timelines, selecting and reserving the event sites, acquiring permits, planning food, coordinating transportation, developing a theme, arranging for activities, selecting speakers and keynotes, arranging for equipment and facilities, managing risk, and developing contingency plans. http://institute-of-event-management.com/what-is-event-planning
  • 5. Process of come up with the creative idea (main theme) for the event. Concept execution comes after concept development with more details.
  • 6. A checking process to ensure creative idea or creative execution can be happening in reality with or without certain conditions. Timing need to be developed after having feasibility checked to monitor the project.
  • 7. Come up with cost to fulfill the creative idea (the event). The more detailed the better.
  • 8. Execute the creative idea within the agreed timeline. Pay attention to the details to complete the look of the event.
  • 9. Did the event fulfill its goals and objectives? Why or why not? Identify what worked and what needs fine-tuning? What items were missing on the checklist? Was informal and formal feedback about the event positive?