Squeezing Business Value from Events

30th November 2012

In addition to providing great experiences for attendees, Events exist to deliver value for their funders / organiser who seek to achieve outcomes that link to their objectives.

  And then, of course, to measure that outcome. This workshop will stimulate ideas to help make your events successful in all meanings of the term. We'll discuss what success looks like  and speakers will share how they have achieved it. As an ad on to the event we will spend time exploring progressive evaluation methods to spark ideas of how you can better connect your events to objectives and then prove that it worked! For more information or to book onto this event, please email g.riding@shu.ac.uk with your name, contact details and number of tickets required. NB: Location  details will be sent once you have registered.  

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