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Paid to ensure projects run smoothly, events managers are responsible for a wide range of activities. Depending on the size and structure of the company, this can include planning, marketing and actually running the event on the day.

There are an almost endless variety of events that need planning:

  • Exhibitions
  • Conferences
  • Promotions
  • Product launches
  • Parties
  • Weddings

In a large organisation, events managers will tend to specialise, while in a small company, they will have a hand in everything, from booking the venue to promoting the event, from dealing with the client to actually attending on the day.

Working as an events manager is a good career as this is an industry that has seen significant growth in the last ten years. With the right training and experience, employment is possible in a range of organizations, from large operations, where everything is handled in-house, through to self-employment where you specialize in a particular type of event and work on a contract basis.

You can find work in a wide range of organizations, including:
  • Conference and exhibition centres
  • Management consultancies
  • Large commercial organizations
  • Hotels
  • Events venues
  • Charities
  • Public attractions
  • Universities
  • Local authorities

Looking for a job is easy - check out the following sources:
  • The Guardian (Mondays)
  • Caterer & Hotelkeeper
  • Travel Trade Gazette UK and Ireland
  • The White Book
  • The Marketing Handbook
  • Marketing Job Site

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