What does an Event Planner do?
Event Planner Salaries
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Event Planner Career Path
Learn how to become an Event Planner, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path.
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Event Planner Insights
“directly leadership was good but anyone hire took day and weeks to respond to any and all requests”
“The younger staff were clicky and pretty much bullied me in my role so I left.”
“Experience helped elevate me in my career and got me a far better opportunity than working here.”
“it was difficult to balance work and personal life because you work at a global scale and have to assist everyone 24/7”
“The people working with me were very nice so I totally enjoyed working with them.”
“Many opportunities to advance your career if you are interested in a field operations management position.”
“Salary is not comparable to being in the same position in the tech industry versus the hospitality industry.”
“I'm always grateful to Team Icecube for giving me such a great opportunity as a beginner.”
Event Planner Interviews
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of event planners
The typical day of an event planner includes(https://www.glassdoor.com/Career/event-planner-career_KO0,13.htm)taking a client's vision and turning it into an event. An event planner is responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating all aspects of an event. Important tasks may include hiring vendors, overseeing staff, and ensuring that all aspects come together on the day of the event.
The best part about working as an event planner is that they're in demand in many industries to plan corporate events and retreats. Working conditions are often versatile too, as professionals may spend traditional work hours meeting with clients and vendors but nights and weekends overseeing events.
Event planners have the opportunity to earn competitive pay. The average salary for an event planner is HK$21,566 per year in the United States. Event planners who work with larger corporations planning large events may earn even more, sometimes up to HK$31,000 per year.
Working as an event planner can be a stressful job at times, as the client expects them to meet their goals while also maintaining the company budget. One challenge of being an event planner is that they must also maintain good relationships with vendors and have strong problem-solving skills in order to overcome common challenges.