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How to Manage and Minimize Risk for Outdoor Events

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When hosting an event it’s easy to only focus on the decor, catering, or content of the event, but how often do you stop to think about risk management and control?  Chances are the answer is not as often as you should, thats why SpecialEvents.com has created an article all about it.

Sometimes what-ifs of a situation seem very unlikely, however they happen more often than you think. That’s why it’s important to brainstorm a plan b incase something bad happens.  Consider these ideas when thinking of back-up plans.

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  • Make sure all the vendors are covered.
  • Identify potential pitfalls with the venue
  • Account the crowd participation

For more how-to’s when it comes to preparing for the worst, click here.

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