Planning events is a huge undertaking. Check out this blog post from TechSoup for a great round-up of technology tools that you can use to make your event more effective. Notice that there are “advanced” and “user-friendly” products for each stage of the event-planning process.
The post is written for managers or event-planners at non-profit organizations, but why not try to plan a small-scale event for your community or to fill a niche you see in a particular environment?
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