Example Risk management plan Fast5 Netball World Series - Successful event organisers manage risk, they focus on goals and safety not just compliance. Effective risk management minimises potential costs and liabilities, and leads to a safer, more enjoyable event.
Example leverage and legacy plan - Volvo Ocean Race Auckland Stopover 2012 - In the 21st Century, securing major events like this is as keenly contested as the racing itself. At one level, the reasons are obvious - such as an increase in influential and wealthy visitors and media coverage. The direct expenditure benefits alone are estimated at over $12.5 million for New Zealand. But the real opportunities go beyond the weeks surrounding and during the event. Auckland will realise the legacy benefits for Auckland through a focus on four significant goals.
Example legacy evalution - RWC Auckland 2011 - This document highlights the results of RWC 2011 for Auckland – the numbers, how Auckland’s performance rated and the stories of some of the Tournament’s outstanding successes like The Fan Trail, Queens Wharf and the Major Events Operations Centre.
Example leverage and legacy plan - 2011 IPC ATHLETICS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - The 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships LOC, Paralympics New Zealand and stakeholders are excited about the opportunity that the 2011 IPC Athletics World Championships has to create a variety of ongoing legacies.
Sample policy - Setting up financial controls and processes for events - Event organisers should establish an event's financial controls and processes early and ingrain them into their team. This example covers Rugby New Zealand 2011 Limited
Example marketing plan for major events - Marketing communications plan Fast5 netball world series july 2012 - The purpose of this document is to provide detail around the Marketing and Communications activity in relation to the Netball World Series, Fast5 event to be held at Vector Arena, 9-11 November 2012. This document is accurate at the time of submission, however, as we are still in the early stages of planning there is more detail to be included in time.