The Thrill of Being An Event Manager
Steve Jobs once said, “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.”
In today’s extremely competitive world that we belong to, this saying could not hold more true. Each one of us is trying to do our best, deliver the best and come out as the best and in order to do that, one needs to enjoy their work to the fullest.
As an event professional, the thrill of being a part of this dynamically evolving industry, is in itself all the inspiration one requires. From working on a wide range of events of varying magnitudes to being a part of a talented group of event professionals, the learning and life lessons one acquires remains unmatched.
It gets the creative juices flowing:
From planning to executing a number of events, the level of creativity and inspiration that goes into each event is tremendous, making each day at work exciting and unpredictable.
Being an event professional comes with a lot of travel, short and long term. In doing so, the experiences one gets to be a part of and first hand live through is nothing short of thrilling.
Conversations and connections:
An industry that depends on growing professional connections and networking, the nature of conversations and the incredible network that gets formed is truly one of the most humbling aspects of being an event professional.
The satisfaction of a job well done:
I’m sure we can all agree that a job well done when accompanied by a pat on the back can make a world of difference and the same if not more can be said for an event professional. The look of pure joy on a client’s face when their event is pulled off without a hitch is all the gratification one requires.
Not just “A” job, but “THE” job:
Event management as a career has steadily become extremely popular and budding event professionals are targeting some of the biggest event companies to kick-start their career with. The constant adrenaline rush and excitement that comes with the job is most definitely one of its USP’s.
Aside from the glitz and glamor that the event industry presents itself to be, the behind the scenes involves a large amount of data driven work that needs to be done. From analyzing trend lines to estimating event budgets, the data analysis that is a part of the event process is a great learning experience for those involved.
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