Great Meetings Start With Great RFPs

Great meetings are possible without a solid request for proposal, but not having a good RFP makes the job much more difficult. Make life easier by starting with this RFP checklist.

  1. Introduction
    • Provide an event overview.
    • How are sites selected?
    • Who makes the final decision?
  2. General Information
    • Who will negotiate contracts?
    • Commissioned or noncommissioned?
  3. Event Dates

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