Event planning virtual assistant

Virtual event planning business services for small businesses

Event planning virtual assistants

Event planning virtual assistant

Virtual event planning business services for small businesses

Event planning virtual assistant

Virtual event planning business services for small businesses

A well run event is like a good stage production, it’s all about pulling your act together and putting on the right show. Our resource for entrepreneur events can help you design the look and feel of your event and organise everything from music to menus.
With support in event organisation from an event planning virtual assistant you can make sure your event goes off without a hitch. We can help with compiling the guest list to sending out invitations and managing the RSVPs as well as keeping in touch with suppliers to make sure everything is on track.

Whether you’re looking for a virtual event organisation company to arrange webinars, trade shows or conferences, coordination of event details is the key to ensure everything runs smoothly. From arranging technical run-throughs to sourcing event management people, equipment or entertainment we’ve got it covered for you. Post event we could even conduct a reconciliation allowing you to identify areas for future development.

If you regularly need help with event management and event planning but don’t have time to pull it all together perhaps an event planning virtual assistant can tailor a virtual event management solution for you.

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Events drive sales

Many companies use events as a distinctive way to make connections and boost profile. For some businesses, events are small, offering ways to catch up with clients, and often involving everyone else in the business. This could be anything from a dedicated seminar to a golf day, giving the business dedicated time to spend with clients.

Other events are bigger – workshops, conferences, exhibitions, award ceremonies – lasting for a day or more and involving a lot of organisation to make sure everything runs smoothly.

And that’s often where businesses hit a brick wall – the desire to put on the event is there, and the business understands the benefits of doing it, but there is no-one with the time or expertise to pull the whole thing together. A badly-organised event can have a really negative impact on your business – a corporate event is only worth doing if you are going to do it well.

 

Finding the right help

Organising a good event takes a great deal of skill. You need to start well in advance, to make sure you can book the best venue and put everything else in place. Events need to go into corporate diaries well in advance to ensure the best attendance, so you need to start planning several months ahead.

So that means enlisting the right help almost as soon as you’ve had the idea – you need someone who’s experienced at event planning. Virtual assistant services can fulfil this function for you, giving you pay-as-you-go access to efficient, experienced event staff who can not only do things for you, but give you the help and advice you need so that you don’t waste money on unnecessary items and can focus on the things that matter.

An event organiser is essentially a project manager, co-ordinating a number of different suppliers so that everything comes together on the day. This might include catering, visiting speakers, entertainment, technical support, VIP guest management and more. They’ll keep you up to date so that you can see progress and be happy that everything is running smoothly – and if there’s a problem, your event assistant can sort it out.

There’s a lot that can be done post-event too, gathering feedback from attendees so you can refine your next event, and following up on any leads collected so that you can put new prospects into your system – because events are all about building better client relationships and driving more sales.

Events drive sales

Many companies use events as a distinctive way to make connections and boost profile. For some businesses, events are small, offering ways to catch up with clients, and often involving everyone else in the business. This could be anything from a dedicated seminar to a golf day, giving the business dedicated time to spend with clients.

Other events are bigger – workshops, conferences, exhibitions, award ceremonies – lasting for a day or more and involving a lot of organisation to make sure everything runs smoothly.

And that’s often where businesses hit a brick wall – the desire to put on the event is there, and the business understands the benefits of doing it, but there is no-one with the time or expertise to pull the whole thing together. A badly-organised event can have a really negative impact on your business – a corporate event is only worth doing if you are going to do it well.

 

Finding the right help

Organising a good event takes a great deal of skill. You need to start well in advance, to make sure you can book the best venue and put everything else in place. Events need to go into corporate diaries well in advance to ensure the best attendance, so you need to start planning several months ahead.

So that means enlisting the right help almost as soon as you’ve had the idea – you need someone who’s experienced at event planning. Virtual assistant services can fulfil this function for you, giving you pay-as-you-go access to efficient, experienced event staff who can not only do things for you, but give you the help and advice you need so that you don’t waste money on unnecessary items and can focus on the things that matter.

An event organiser is essentially a project manager, co-ordinating a number of different suppliers so that everything comes together on the day. This might include catering, visiting speakers, entertainment, technical support, VIP guest management and more. They’ll keep you up to date so that you can see progress and be happy that everything is running smoothly – and if there’s a problem, your event assistant can sort it out.

There’s a lot that can be done post-event too, gathering feedback from attendees so you can refine your next event, and following up on any leads collected so that you can put new prospects into your system – because events are all about building better client relationships and driving more sales.

What our customers say..
Oneresource supported the development of my business for over a year. They very quickly understood my niche and handled all of my social media tasks including research, scheduling and interaction that used to take me hours but took them less time and improved engagement as well. I also liked the fact that if I had a one off task come up outside of the support they usually provided I could get that taken care of as well. As a result I was able to focus on my clients and grow my business to the next stage. Oneresource were the ideal partner and I would recommend them to any other small business owner looking to grow.
Director, Chris Fry Consulting Ltd
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Whether it was general administration, time management, presentation preparation, VIP management to hosting, travel and


Marketing director, Honda Racing F1 Team
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accommodation schedules, meeting rosters or reporting Sara was an invaluable PA in a consistently challenging and fast moving environment.
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What our customers say..
Oneresource took on a job for us at short notice which we couldn't have easily done without their help. We were really happy with the way the tasks were completed and better still I liked how it all happened with minimal involvement from us.
Irvin Hunt, Director
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