If you hesitate answering this question, then you need
the guidebook that will walk you through the planning
process from start to finish and turn you into a
Meetings Made Easy - will answer all your meeting and event planning
questions in a simple 1-2-3 step process and you will know exactly
where to start and how to Plan a Meeting. You can become an Event
Meeting Planning Secrets – Here are the secrets that I learned over
30 years handling meetings and conventions with attendance ranging
from 20 to over 8,000 persons. They are now available to you and
will save you time, effort and stress!
I decided that passing on my knowledge would make it easier for both
the planner and the hotel staff to be talking the same language and
make communication more effective. If both the planner and the hotel
contacts asked the right questions, the meeting would have a better
chance to run flawlessly.
Who Needs This Book?
It is designed for first time or novice meeting planners. No need to
wade through the guessing process by trying it on your own or
delving into an extensive 300-400 page book.
After reading this book you will have a comfort level to call your
hotel of choice, ask for the right staff person, negotiate the deal,
and run a smooth meeting. All the tools you need including Event
Planning Checklists are in this book.
Every Association, Business, Civic Group, Coach, Fraternity and
Sorority needs to have a copy in their library. Instead of spending
hours teaching new staff – simply ask them to spend a few minutes
reading this book. Great for use as a "Reference Manual"
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Meetings Made Easy:
Learn how to Get Organized – this is the information the meeting
needs before even thinking about picking up a phone to call
Learn Basic Room Set-ups – diagrams and descriptions are provided.
Learn about Audio Visual – uses and pictures are provided
Learn about Budgeting – examples and spreadsheets
Learn about Checklists – examples of event planning checklists are
Learn about Hotel Staffing and Who to Call
Learn to Negotiate Contracts - Effectively
Learn about Food and Beverage – multiple options
Learn about Pre-Planning – What questions to ask
Learn about On-Site Management of Your Meeting
Learn about Post Meeting Follow-up
Learn Hotel Terminology – necessary in the communication process
Have Fun along the way with Cartoons that point you in the Right
Direction – shows you what everyone is thinking