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Every event needs an audience. With the right message, you can attract the audience's attention. By utilising the tools supplied by the university, you are able to market the event, both within the community and to the world. Event marketing consists of targeting the right audience and a communication plan can help draft the relevant content for the channels.
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Target the right audience with best possible content

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Start the event management process by planning format, resources, schedule and early-stage actions.

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This phase includes venue reservation, programme planning, content resourcing, technical management, catering and security.

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Create a comprehensive invitation and registration timeline including planning, CRM implementation, invitations, registration and confirmation.

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On the day of the event, follow the event production timeline; every step of the event implementation, from set up to dismantling.

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Continue to operate immediately after the event. Create continuity and credibility by completing post-event tasks.

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