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Creating ‘Budget Friendly’ Events

Event Details:
12:00 PM EDT (GMT -4)
Wednesday, January 6, 2021

In this workshop, businesses will hear from Temple Professor, Christine Cleaver, in regards to event management during COVID-19. As the pandemic continues to effect building capacities and social distancing guidelines, businesses need to pivot to create engaging and profitable events for their consumers. Looking for a path to profit in 2021? Pick up some pointers from a seasoned event management professional.

Attendees will be able to:

  • Recognize important safety protocols for hosting events in a pandemic
  • Learn methods to profitability when hosting indoor events at their facility
  • Discover techniques to create engaging & repeatable models to success that fit the budget

Target Audience:

  • Hospitality businesses
  • Restaurants/wineries/bars hosting events
  • Event management professionals
  • Hotel/venue businesses

Christine Cleaver is an Assistant Professor within the Fox School of Business. Cleaver’s professional experience includes management of a full-service event management and event production company, and additional roles in marketing, organizational leadership, production management, and social media content generation and leadership. Cleaver earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management, Recreation, and Leisure Studies from Temple University., a Master of Education degree from Cabrini College, and she is currently working on her EdD in Higher Education at Temple University in the College of Education. Christine is excited to add Temple Mom to her titles as her daughter embarks on earning a BFA in Technical Production and Management.

Zoom link will be sent upon registration. Confirm that the email address is correct.