People who specialize in event management work with budgets, schedules, and vendors to create the best possible events for their clients. Many companies use event management firms to coordinate their most important meetings and other events.
Working as an events manager can be a hugely demanding and stressful job, particularly in the immediate run-up to the event. Events managers typically work standard office hours, although the actual events often happen in the evenings or at weekends. In the run-up to an event overtime is usually required
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