spend AND figured out who is will be affected, now we'll get to the INVITATION!
How many times have you received an invitation months in advance and forgot? Even worse, you received it a week before the event and your calendar is already filled.
The invitation to your event is one of the most important aspects of the entire planning process. You don’t want to send out the first invite too early or too late. Three weeks out is a good rule to live by. However, if you want to get on executives’ calendars, you might want to send it out even earlier.
For a more detailed, elaborate invitation for a dinner event is appropriate, but you may want to be more simple and straight to the point if you’re presenting a demo. Be considerate and include directions that include access to public transportation. In other words, make it easy to be an attendee.
Remember to follow up (especially for business and social events). Those who have RSVP’d should receive reminders that differ in timing and message than those who haven’t. Taking a little extra time to do this will show that they are more than a number and you truly appreciate the time they taking from their schedule to attend your fabulous event.
Lastly, we're going to have a WALK THROUGH!!!
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