Document created by Hanna Schlegel Partner on 29-Aug-2017Last modified by Falko Döring on 25-Apr-2018
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Once your event has passed (congratulations!), you still have a few more things to do (before adding it to your CV as a job well done). The post-event synopsis is just as important as any other part of the event process.


Showing appreciation to all collaborators and take care of their invoices

Send a thank-you email to all the people who helped you out, from venue space organizers to catering companies. Make sure that the invoicing is dealt with appropriately (and timely! of course it is best to have this finalized before the event), to ensure these partners are paid in time and uphold the good reputation of the CommUnity, as we may work with them again in the future! If you are not sure about the financing part - make sure to go back and look it up here.

-> Take a look at a fantastic LinkedIn thank you post!


Post-event survey

It is important to understand how people perceived the event in order to ensure we are delivering as expected. This is also a good way to get suggestions and constructive criticism. The post-event survey is once again made as one google form for all locations. Please forward the participant list to Falko. He will send out the feedback form for you . 

-> Contact Falko:


Document your catering and venue success

We like to keep a record of caterers and venues to provide good options for future event organizers. Please input the companies used in this google sheet. 

-> Complete Database with your info.


Share your photos and video

Share your best event photos with the Community Office. 

-> Contact the office here.


Share your experience, lessons and advice

It is always good practice to let your local manager know about your experience with the event organization. Feedback, suggestions for the process and other important things can be communicated to the CommUnity Office through the local manager.


Write a blog post!

The last thing to do is to document your event in the history of the CommUnity: find a willing CommUnity Post writer or write an article yourself. Include some photos, and interesting contributions and lessons from the event. For more information about the CommUnity Post and how to proceed with this, Contact the Community Post here. 


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