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Date Published: 16 July 2013
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Events Management by Razaq Raj, Paul Walters, Tahir Rashid

By: Razaq Raj, Paul Walters, Tahir Rashid  |  Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
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`This is an excellent publication, that correctly reviews the external environment associated with events, both in the context of the theoretical and operational` - Neil Robinson, University of Salford. Guiding readers through the practicalities of events management,, this book is the resource for understanding the many elements of working successfully in the events industry. Bridging the ever-widening gap between specialists, this book you will enable to be fully conversant with the application, theory, practicalities and value of events management essentials, including: equipment and design; planning; marketing and PR; terminology; legislation; finance and budgeting; technology; sponsorship; logistics; and, the role of events tourism. Topics are brought to life through application to a range of events case studies, including live music venues, arenas, conference centres and community festivals.

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`Guiding readers through the practicality of events management, this textbook is a dependable and versatile resource for understanding the elements of working successfully in the events industry. It explains the application, theory, practicalities and value of events management essentials.` The Financial Express

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ISBN: 1412923352 EAN: 9781412923354
Realese Date: United Kingdom, 20 November 2008 Number of Page: Undefined number of
Age Range: 15+ years Illustrations: No
Language: English Quality: Scanned pages
Format: PDF Size File: Unknown
The Author of the Book is Loaded: Thomas Phevens OS: WinXP, WinVista, Win7, Win8
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