The Planning Phase for A Corporate Event!

Updated: Apr 24

Corporate events planning can often get overwhelming. You don't want to overwhelm your attendees, so choose a celebration that is fun and easy to run. While planning an event can be quite complex at times, but with proper systems or consultation from event personnel, you definitely can achieve a memorable events! The initial event planning phase is where all the key decisions start to come together and a clear plan becomes visible. The first phase will be the creative resources, this includes those required to deal with unforeseen situations on the day of the event (especially OUTDOOR events where weather is the main factor). During this stage, you will be able to finalise menus, presentations / programme, site maps, contracts and budgets.

Work Out Your Budgeting

Do you want to create a unique experience for your guests? Wish to make events more memorable and exciting? First, work out a comfortable budget, let say you have found a great event to hold and it is happening in the next month, but how much is it going to cost? Event budgeting can be tricky especially with so many numbers floating around these days.

Events ranges from big scale to small scale. Each event is unique by itself and that would extends to the budget. There are different factors into the budget for the event that you gonna hold. Some of the factors includes the size of company, how many people will be attending the event, the objective of holding the event, your preferred locations and the scope of event. Example, do you want a live band music performance, stage entertainment etc. The important thing is that you do not begin planning your event without a budget in mind. The amount that the company is willing to spend does affect the location, size, scope and other requirements. It boils down to working the budget backwards to determine the must-have and the nice-to-have items.

Logistics Of Corporate & Social Events

The logistics of corporate and social events are tedious and stressful, but by hiring the right event company to handle the details, is an absolutely essential part of the event planning process. From equipment rentals to setup and teardown, event staff focuses on providing seamless services that make your corporate or party an event to remember.

The Details

You can feel the excitement build as your event nears. It is when you are most likely to overlook details like how many attendees are expected to make introductions, or if there will be enough food for an after party. Organising an event is both a science and an art. It is something you can never really be good at unless you are able to make good decisions before, during and after the event, to ensure it is fun, charismatic and memorable. In order to assist you in your decision making process here are 10 tips that you can use when planning your next event:

  1. Define your goals and objective

  2. Get your budgeting up

  3. Form a team

  4. Pick your venue and event date

  5. Plan your event program

  6. Confirm sponsors, speakers and guests

  7. Marketing and branding

  8. Timeline

  9. How will you measure the success of your event?

  10. Surveys

Steps Of How We Manage Your Event

We design and manage solution based events that create lasting value and inspire communities to celebrate, learn and relentlessly pursue business success. Our approach to event management considers four areas:

Step 1: Strategy & Planning - We identify and tackle the strategic issues that will generate maximum business value.

Step 2: Project Management - Our process is proven to provide measurable results on time and within budget.

Step 3: Execution - We orchestrate activities down to the last detail.

Step 4: Evaluation & Optimisation - We measure results against your expectations and our capabilities and make improvements as needed.

Ready To Plan Your Next Event?

Get in touch with us at 8282 7210 and we will help you bring your next event to life.

One-of-a-kind corporate event experience in Singapore as well as other Asia countries.

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