A detailed list of possible costs as well as potential income. Delete what you do not need and use it as a template for your own cost estimate.
It's all in the planning
A huge amount of work is needed before a convention or conference finally takes place. Think about an action plan showing what should be tackled and when.
Take a careful look
Lots of factors determine whether a location is the right choice. Taking a good look round during a site inspection will prevent surprises later down the road and the need for subsequent enquiries.
Today's the day
The day has arrived. To ensure it all goes without a hitch, distribute tasks on site and give the team a final briefing etc. before the guests/delegates arrive.
The day after
You may think it's all over when the last delegate leaves, but follow-up work is equally important – and it includes more than 'just' checking the accounts and budget. And it takes more than just the day after.
Suggested books and specialist magazines – some are classics, some are new and many include checklists, but all are packed with hints and information. There are sure to be many more, but a few suggestions should suffice at this point.