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Events Management

Edited by Glenn A J Bowdin, Conrad Lashley, Donald Getz

The events industry, including festivals, meetings, conferences, exhibitions, incentives, sports and a range of other events, is rapidly developing and makes a significant contribution to business and leisure related tourism. With increased regulation and the growth of government and corporate involvement in events, the environment has become much more complex. Event managers are now required to identify and service a wide range of stakeholders and to balance their needs and objectives. Though mainly operating at national levels, there has been significant growth of academic provision to meet the needs of events and related industries and the organisations that comprise them. The English speaking nations, together with key Northern European countries, have developed programmes of study leading to the award of diploma, undergraduate and post-graduate awards. These courses focus on providing education and training for future event professionals, and cover areas such as event planning and management, marketing, finance, human resource management and operations. Modules in events management are also included in many tourism, leisure, recreation and hospitality qualifications in universities and colleges.

New and Published Books

11-11 of 11 results in Events Management
  1. Management of Event Operations

    By Julia Tum, Philippa Norton

    Series: Events Management

    The Management of Event Operations: project management, planning and customer satisfaction provides an introduction to the management of operations for the event planner and venue provider. Taking an holistic view of an event enterprise, it links the traditional topics within operations management...

    Published September 23rd 2005 by Routledge

Forthcoming Books

  1. Marketing Destinations and Venues for Conferences, Conventions and Business Events, 2nd Edition
    By Tony Rogers, Rob Davidson
    To Be Published September 30th 2015
  2. Event Studies: Theory, Research and Policy for Planned Events, 3rd Edition

    To Be Published November 30th 2015

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