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5 Event Planning eBooks You Need to Read

Posted by Lyssa Test on Sep 8, 2017 12:00:00 PM
Lyssa Test

People sitting at a table with coffeeEvent planning is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re a seasoned event planner or have been tasked with planning an event on top of your day job, it’s important to stay up to date on the latest event planning trends and hear advice from some industry experts. We’ve rounded our list of 5 event planning eBooks you need to read to take your events to the next level.

 

 

  1. The Future of Business Events: The 9 Biggest Trends of 2017
Read up on technology, business, and business trends that will elevate your events. Learn about chatbots, live video streaming, innovative networking techniques, and more in this informative eBook from Bizzabo.

  1. The Guide to Modern Event Planning

Guidebook’s eBook is your step-by-step guide for planning a large, complex event like conferences, tradeshows, or conventions. It covers every stage of the event planning process from planning, marketing, execution, and follow-up so you’ll know what to do every step of the way!


  1. The Complete Guide To Event Management Terms

The event industry comes with its own unique vocabulary and it can be easy to get lost. This is another awesome guide from Bizzabo that breaks down all the words you might come across when planning your event. Definitely keep this baby bookmarked!


  1. Guide to Event Planning

From questions you should ask before you book your event to a detailed week-by-week planning timeline, VenueBook’s thought of it all in this event planning eBook. The perfect starting point for event planning beginners, this eBook walks you through all your space, food and beverage options, so you don’t go into the planning process blind.


  1. The Definitive Guide to Event Marketing

Your event won’t be a success if no one shows up! Check out Marketo’s guide for tips on how to reach your audience and promote your virtual and live events. This ebook is a whopping 122 pages, but it’s full of helpful information so be sure to give it a read!


There you have it, 5 great eBooks that will set you up for event planning success! If you need help finding a venue to host your next event in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, or Washington D.C., be sure to take a look at our Marketplace for restaurants, bars, raw spaces, and more. Just click the button below to browse:

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Happy Event Planning!

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Topics: VenueBook, Event Planning