planner. Monday , July 10th , 2017 - 02:58:48 AM
A corporate event planner may have to deal with hotel amenities, conference facilities, transportation and parking issues, scheduling, presenters, staffing, and so on.
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Next, add some topics that show that you understand the needs of your client. Depending on how large an event you are presenting a plan for, you may or may not need to include a detailed summary. For a complex event that needs a summary, this proposal section is normally called an Executive Summary for corporate clients, or a Client Summary for a less formal project. This is where you talk about your specific prospective client and show your understanding of their requirements as well as their goals and desires, and any restrictions or limitations you are aware of. This is not yet the place where you talk about yourself. Put the client first.
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