Events Management / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- Taylor & Francis
Events Management second edtion provides an introduction to the principles and practices associated with planning, managing and staging events. The book:
• Introduces the concepts of event planning and management
• Discusses the key components for staging an event, and covers the whole process from creation to evaluation
• Examines the events industry within its broader business context
• Provides an effective guide for producers of events
• Contains learning objectives and review questions to consolidate learning
Now in its second edition, this successful text has been fully revised and updated to include new case studies and chapters on event tourism, project management of events, strategic marketing, and issues and trends. It is full of real-life case studies which illustrate key concepts and place theory in a practical context. Examples include the Edinburgh International Festival, Glastonbury Festival, Vodafone Ball, MTV Awards, Notting Hill Carnival, T in the Park and the Daily Mail Ideal Home Show. Carefully constructed to maximise learning, the text provides the reader with:
• A systematic guide to organizing successful events examining areas such as, staging, logistics, marketing, human resource management, control and budgeting, risk management, evaluation and reporting to offer a systematic guide to organizing a successful event
• Fully revised and updated cutting edge material on strategic marketing, project management, event impacts, event tourism and environmental management
• A supporting website (http://em.worldofevents.net) which includes an online ‘history of events’, together with links to websites and other resources for both students and lecturers
Events Management is the must-have introductory text providing a complete A-Z of the principles and practices associated with planning, managing and staging events.
About the Author
Glenn Bowdin is Head of the UK Centre for Events Management, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.
Johnny Allen is Foundation Director of the Australian Centre for Event Management, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
William O'Toole is an international events development specialist. He assists councils, cities, regions, countries and companies to grow their events portfolio and create their long term events program. For last five years he advised the Supreme Commission for Tourism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the development of their new festival program in the thirteen provinces. Bill trains and assists the United Nations event organisers in places such as the Sudan and Uganda and is facilitating the development of the event industry in Kenya. He is a founding director of the Event Management Body of Knowledge and key advisor to the International Event Management Competency Standard.. He has two international event textbooks released and the information and checklists on his CDROM ELMS (www.epms.net), are used by events and venues around the world to manage their events.
Rob Harris is Director of the Australian Centre for Event Management and Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
Ian McDonnell is Senior Lecturer at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
Table of Contents
Section 1: The Events Context 1. An Overview of the Events Field 2. Perspectives on Events 3. Event Impacts and Legacies 4. Event Tourism Planning 5. Sustainable Development and Events Section 2: Planning 6. The Strategic Planning Function 7. Conceptualising the Event 8. Project Management for Events 9. Financial Management and Events 10. Human Resource Management and Events 11. Marketing Planning for Events 12. Promotion: Integrated Marketing Communication for Events 13. Sponsorship of Events Section 3: Event Operations and Evaluation 14. Staging Events 15. Logistics 16. Legal Issues of Event Management 17. Risk Management 18. Evaluation and Research