Creating Successful Events: Creativity & Project Management
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|Thu 19 Jul ’12, 8:30am–4:30pm||
Where: Terrace Conference Centre, Level 3, 114 The Terrace, Wellington
Restrictions: All Ages
Where do ideas come from?
What is the WOW factor?
How do I plan for a launch event in three weeks time?
We are celebrating our 50th anniversary next year and I don’t know where to start.
If you have ever struggled to determine a theme or come up with a creative solution for your event, or if you just did not know where to start in the planning process, then this course is for you!
Creativity and Project Management for Events is the first of the three essential courses you can take at PRINZ this year that focuses on event management. The first one day programme will inspire you with how to generate creative ideas then execute them with the planning tools you need to accomplish your event goal.
- Where do ideas come from and how do you harness the creativity to make your event flawless?
- Project management: your event plan will include a critical path of significant action items, your budget, your run sheet and essential checklists. But how do you plan and what is included in your critical path?
- Generate ideas on a budget as well as create unique environments.
- Produce the critical path that will allow you to have a well run event.
Who should attend?
Anyone that needs inspiration and an understanding of event planning. If you have managed an event or two and need positive reinforcement or if you are new to the event industry – this training is for you!
Kathy Cunningham has a decade or two experience in directing successful events in New York City as well as in New Zealand. Kathy founded empire Public Relations and Events in 1992 and has managed large iconic events like the Devonport Food and Wine Festival, the inaugural Auckland Seafood Festival and the launch of New Zealand Book Month. Additional successful events managed by Kathy and her team include the premiere of 'Everest' for IMAX, opening Cadbury World in Dunedin, PR for the very first Hilton Hotel in NZ and "A Night With Strange Friends" benefit for Play It Strange, Cartier, Waterfront Auckland, World Expeditions, Peugeot and The Stamford Plaza.
Please note: the venue May change depending on confirmed numbers.