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Working in partnership with an events local organising committee and the Major Event Criteria Committee (MECC), the object of the Border Facilitation process is to enable a coordinated and seamless border experience for major event attendees.
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If it's likely that you'll need to conduct any part of your event’s business in one or more foreign currencies, this guide to using foreign exchange explains some of the risks, options and potential issues.
PDF, 147KB, 4 pages
Obtaining an event underwriter guide - From an event sector perspective, an underwriter is an individual, company or organisation that agrees to be responsible for any loss if an event does not generate enough money to cover the cost of running the event. People sometimes use the word underwriting to mean money, goods or services that sponsors provide to support an event. To avoid confusion, this guide uses the term sponsorship for this type of support.
The 4-step guide to bid preparation - This material is from a Sport New Zealand (formally SPARC) seminar developed and presented by Peter Cox, Arthur Klap and Paul Dunphy.
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F.I.H. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ORGANISATION OF THE QUALIFYING TOURNAMENTS FOR THE XXIXTH OLYMPIC GAMES,...Published: 14 Feb 2008
This is an example of an event RFP document
PDF, 205KB, 30 pages
Over the past two decades in New Zealand there has been an increase in the number of individuals and organisations bidding for events. This increase in activity has resulted in a small number of people who have developed an in-depth knowledge of the event bidding process and what it takes to win a bid. Until now this knowledge has is not been readily accessible to individuals or organisations wishing to find out more about event bidding and how to ensure success. This guidebook attempts to bring this information together from those experienced in the event bidding process.
PDF, 530KB, 29 pages