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Event Planning Checklist

If you are planning an event for the first time, it can be a bit overwhelming. However, if you break it down to tasks it’s easier to handle. We have created an event planning checklist for you so you don’t forget anything. There can of course be more to think about than this, but we think that if you have these points in order – you’re well on your way to planning a great event.


  • Event goal
  • Event topic 
  • Budget 
  • Date and time 
  • Format 
  • Venue(s)
  • Agency (if applicable) 
  • Speakers 
  • Schedule 
  • Catering



  • Marketing efforts
    • Budget
    • Advertising
    • Targeting
  • Invitations 
  • Attendee user journey 
  • Attendee registration
    • Food allergies (if applicable)
  • Follow-up and reminder communication



  • Branded material (i.e. promotional material, websites, nametags, posters, screen content, presentations etc.) 
  • Venue setup 
  • Technicians


Want to know more about hosting strategic events for growth? 

Check out our Radical Growth Playbook:  ‘Events as a Tool for Business Growth’ for more tools and resources about event hosting.

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