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A Complete Guide to Making Your Next Public Sector Event a Success

Pro Tips for Government Events

Whether it’s a city council meeting, a career fair or a summit, government events provide direct access and opportunity for citizens to connect with your organization. But if you’ve ever taken the lead on executing an event, you know there are a lot of balls in the air when it comes to logistics, promoting event details and monitoring a budget. Throw these challenges on top of your normal responsibilities and it is easy to get overwhelmed.

Download this step-by-step guide to learn how to set event goals, select a venue, manage sessions and speakers, and get more people to attend.

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