Event transportation is essential to the success of your event, even though it’s not the first thing we think of when planning events. It’s a piece of the puzzle we often take for granted. While it’s often overlooked, there is so much to consider about it: from the number of attendees, the venue, and the city. So, to make transportation a success, you need to be proactive in event planning.
Where do you even start? If you aren’t sure, have no fear! Our iconic panel joining us today are masters when it comes to this topic. In this episode, Lisa Lanna of Newsday Communications and Eric Hotard of Event Transportation Systems are going to tell you everything you need to know and didn’t consider about transportation. They’ll go into the nitty-gritty, budgeting, and sharing some tips on how to make money in the process. Tune in and find out everything you need to know about this otherwise overlooked topic.
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- Eric Hotard of Event Transportation Systems (@EventTrans)
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Epic resources about event transportation:
- Free RFP Template for Event Transportation
- Event Transportation Sponsorship Checklist
- Newsday Communications