Name Instructor Date Event Planning Soundscaping refers to the use of modern technology in bringing in unique music system through use of microphones and sound processing while ensuring that liveliness of the event remain aesthetic other than procedural (Mallen 2008). There is need for a sound system and effects that are unique and most powerful to capture the attention of the guests. On the other extreme visual cues involves proper signs that helps the guests and visitors to find their way to the event. There is need for decorations and 3D accommodation costs of the presenters and speakers (Mallen 2008). Full estimate of key factors will ensure that there is acquisition of the right amount of funds required and the planners do not run out of finances before the event is completed. Works Cited "How To Plan An Event | Event Planning Guide | Wild Apricot Membership Knowledge Hub." Wild Apricot | #1 Membership Management Software Award (5 Years in a Row) wildapricot.com Mallen Cheryl. "The event planning model: The event operational planning phase." Sport Recreation and Tourism Event Management 2008 pp. 75-96. [...]
The following questions are based on topics discussed in Chapters 3, 4, 5 from the textbook. You will not find answers to these questions in any other chapters. Please answer the following questions in essay format with a minimum of 3 paragraphs, per question, in complete sentences using Times New Roman, 12pt font, and double spaced. This assignment is due Sunday, March 25 at 11:59pm. 1. Describe how each sense (soundscaping, visual cues, touch, smell and taste) can play an important role in event execution. Provide an example event or hypothetical event that incorporates all 5 senses. 2. Name 5 key informants that should be involved in the planning process of an event and explain why they are essential members of the team in creating a sustainable event. 3. Identify and explain the 5-steps an event planner should take to understand, analyze, and solve event problems. 4. What are the key factors for budgeting an event and why?