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Planning a seminar or convention in a new destination can feel like venturing into the unknown and can become impractical when you factor in the complexities of participant registration and invitations. The ultimate benefits of delegating event logistics are more serenity, global overview of budget and HR outsourcing.

Methodology

MARIE LATRILLE

Associate Director

The Good Program

When I have to organize an outgoing event, I make the best use of my logisticial know-how.

I also request my local partners for innovations and new tendencies. I challenge all the time ideas, venues and best practices to offer to my clients the best event.

ELODIE TISNE

Project Manager

Specifications

Organizing a convention in a new country can seem a little complicated. However, I followed the project’s strategic timeline to keep track, at each stage, of all deliverables and therefore ensure my clients always had the most adequate solution to their requirements. I also provided advice beforehand on the choice of destination according to the project’s intended outcome, theme and budget.

LORRAINE CORNON DE DIVES

Project Manager

No Panic

Has a mishap occurred during your seminar? For example, a meeting might be running late before a gala dinner that is taking place in another location… Don’t panic! I know how to right the ship in the event of the unexpected and inform my service providers in real time. A setback needn’t affect what is happening “front-of-house” and my client can stay concentrated on the event’s content and participants.

CATHERINE NEUMANN

Associate Director

Delegation of tasks

Many tasks to achieve with success during an event : rooming lists management, transfers schedules, on-demand activities to coordinate… my clients are relieved themself while I collaborate with them.