9 Tips for Event Venue Selection

August 2015

If you've ever had trouble finding the right venue for your event, we've got some great tips for you. This month's article will help you find the venue that works best for you.

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9 Tips for Event Venue Selection

by The Writing Team of eventeducation.com

Keep following things in mind while selecting a venue for your event:

1) Target Audience/Guest Size

This means the number of people you are expecting to attend your event.

Make sure that your venue can easily accommodate your expected target audience. Your venue should not be too small or too large for your guests. If too small, then your guests will feel discomfort. If it is too large then you will unnecessarily end up paying more for the venue.

Get firm indications whether guests plan to attend your event by sending R.S.V.P clearly printed on the invitation.

The term R.S.V.P is a French acronym. Its meaning in English is 'Please Respond'. If R.S.V.P is printed on the invitation then the invited guest is expected to tell the host whether or not he/she is attending the event. Since many people don't understand the meaning of this term or don't bother to reply back, it is advisable to individually call and ask your guests about there plan to attend the event. In this way you can get quite accurate idea of the guest size which will help you in deciding food and beverage quantities also.

2) Target Audience Status

If you target audience are rich people then your venue must be a five star hotel or resort and all the services provided during the event must be of very high quality.

3) Target Audience Convenience

Select venue according to target audience convenience. Your venue should not be very far from the place where majority of your target audience live. Your venue should have proper lighting and ventilation. It should not be in a noisy or polluted area. It should be absolutely neat and clean and free from any type of infestation.

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