Do You Know About Event Management?

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Do You Know About Event Management?

Do you want to know how to organize any event and how to manage all these event things? You can learn lots of things related to event management by taking this quiz!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Serves different purposes. The most common purposes are to raise funds, and to increase awareness of a particular group, cause, or destination. Different types of events that are classified by purpose.
    • A. 

      Public events

    • B. 

      Political events

    • C. 

      Cultural events

    • D. 

      Nonprofit organizations

    • E. 

      Corporate events

  • 2. 
    Special events limited to a select group of individuals. A variety of events include social functions as well as business functions. Admission or entrance into a private event is by membership or invitation.
    • A. 

      Social events

    • B. 

      Public events

    • C. 

      Private events

    • D. 

      Colleges and universities

    • E. 

      Meetings

  • 3. 
    Stage sevents and rallies. For example, national and provincial parties hold conventions that generate income for hotels, transportation, businesses, and restaurants.
    • A. 

      Corporate events

    • B. 

      Tourist attractions

    • C. 

      Public events

    • D. 

      Political events

    • E. 

      Cultural events

  • 4. 
    Fairs, festivals, and other similar events can be large or small. They can also have local or national appeal. For example, religious groups hold many events, ranging from religious retreats and sponsored trips to sacred cities. Art communities and groups create and host a variety of these type of events. Concerts, theatre events, museum collections, and movie premieres are all types of these events.
    • A. 

      Trade shows/trade fairs

    • B. 

      Retreats

    • C. 

      Cultural events

    • D. 

      Social events

    • E. 

      Public events

  • 5. 
    Often participates in parades and flag-raising ceremonies which follow strict rules of protocol.
    • A. 

      Private events

    • B. 

      Military events

    • C. 

      Corporate events

    • D. 

      Cultural events

    • E. 

      Political events

  • 6. 
    Promotes events. Disneyland’s Main Street Electric Parade is an example of this.
    • A. 

      Social events

    • B. 

      Consumer shows

    • C. 

      Public events

    • D. 

      Tourist attractions

    • E. 

      Cultural events

  • 7. 
    Many departments in educational insitutions are involved with these types of events. Annual events include orientation, career day, and convocation. There are also arranged concerts, guest speakers, and award receptions.
    • A. 

      Public events

    • B. 

      Social events

    • C. 

      Colleges and universities

    • D. 

      Nonprofit organizations

    • E. 

      Forums

  • 8. 
    There are numerous of these organizations that organize events such as golf tournaments, wine receptions, auctions, luncheons, etc.
    • A. 

      Nonprofit organizatons

    • B. 

      Tradeshows/trade fairs

    • C. 

      Tourist attractions

    • D. 

      Social events

    • E. 

      Politcal events

  • 9. 
    This type of event makes up a large part of the private events industry. Weddings, bar mitzvahs, anniversaries, birthdays, and other family celebrations generate a significant amount of banquet and entertainment revenue. Amateur sporting events are also a large component of the social events market. Recitals, dance and community theatre productions, and family-focused events also fit into this category.
    • A. 

      Political events

    • B. 

      Cultural events

    • C. 

      Social events

    • D. 

      Tourist attractions

    • E. 

      Public events

  • 10. 
    Sponsor events to introduce new products, reward outstanding performance, increase sales motivation, or simply to provide information. Incentive travel is a lucrative segment of the corporate market. Company employees with outstanding performance may receive unique travel experiences to a desirable destination.
    • A. 

      Corporate events

    • B. 

      Exhbitions

    • C. 

      Symposiums

    • D. 

      Trade shows/trade fairs

    • E. 

      Tourist attractions

  • 11. 
    Corporations and associations produce special events for their members.
    • A. 

      Meetings

    • B. 

      Military events

    • C. 

      Private events

    • D. 

      Political events

    • E. 

      Public events

  • 12. 
    Typically involves a general group session in a large auditorium, followed by committee meetings in small breakout rooms. They are usually held regularly , maybe anually, and occur for at least three days. Trade and technical conventions are often held in conjunction with exhibitions.
    • A. 

      Forums

    • B. 

      Conventions

    • C. 

      Conferences

    • D. 

      Seminars

    • E. 

      Congresses

  • 13. 
    Similar to conventions but usually deal with specific problems or developments rather than with general matters.
    • A. 

      Lectures

    • B. 

      Congresses

    • C. 

      Symposiums

    • D. 

      Conferences

    • E. 

      Panels

  • 14. 
    A way of holding one meeting at several locations at the same time. Participants use advanced communications technology that enables them to see and hear participants at other locations. This is a way of bringing people together without the time and expense of long-distance travel.
    • A. 

      Symposiums

    • B. 

      Forums

    • C. 

      Conferences

    • D. 

      Clinics

    • E. 

      Teleconferences

  • 15. 
    Similar to conferences. A term commonly used in Europe to describe large international gatherings.
    • A. 

      Congresses

    • B. 

      Teleconferences

    • C. 

      Panels

    • D. 

      Lectures

    • E. 

      Retreats

  • 16. 
    Involves back and forth discussions on a particular issue. Usually led by panelists or presenters. Audience participation is expected and encouraged.
    • A. 

      Conferences

    • B. 

      Seminars

    • C. 

      Forums

    • D. 

      Panels

    • E. 

      Clinics

  • 17. 
    Similar to a forum but tends to be more formal and to involve less audience participation.
    • A. 

      Panels

    • B. 

      Clinics

    • C. 

      Lectures

    • D. 

      Symposiums

    • E. 

      Workshops

  • 18. 
    More formal where an individual expert addresses the audience and is sometimes followed by a question-and-answer session.
    • A. 

      Consumer shows

    • B. 

      Workshops

    • C. 

      Lectures

    • D. 

      Clinics

    • E. 

      Conventions

  • 19. 
    Informal meetings involving face-to-face discussion. Participants share their knowledge and experiences in a particular field under the supervision of a discussion leader.
    • A. 

      Conventions

    • B. 

      Lectures

    • C. 

      Panels

    • D. 

      Seminars

    • E. 

      Workshops

  • 20. 
    Small group sessions held for a period of intense study or training.  The emphasis is on exchanging ideas and demonstrating skills and techniques.
    • A. 

      Workshops

    • B. 

      Exhibitions

    • C. 

      Consumer shows

    • D. 

      Conventions

    • E. 

      Forums

  • 21. 
    Offer drills and instruction in specific skills for small groups. Many people attend these events when they want to learn a sport, such as golf or tennis. Both these types of events and and workshops can last for several days.
    • A. 

      Congresses

    • B. 

      Retreats

    • C. 

      Conventions

    • D. 

      Seminars

    • E. 

      Clinics

  • 22. 
    Requires two or more speakers and a moderator. People present their views on a particular subject. The meeting is then opened for discussion among the speakers, who may also invite comments from the audience.
    • A. 

      Panels

    • B. 

      Conferences

    • C. 

      Clinics

    • D. 

      Exhibitions

    • E. 

      Seminars