What Is The Importance Of Statistics In Planning And Implementing A Big Conference?


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When planning and implementing a big conference, statistics are going to play an important part for a number of reasons. For example:

• Statistics add more detail and factual information to a conference. Having the specific details at hand will make things run more smoothly as answers can be given there and then.
• Knowing details such as how many people are going to be attending will help plan out seating arrangements and allocations. This will ensure the room does not become overcrowded.
• In addition, having the prior knowledge about how many people will be attending will allow you to plan for how many staff you will need to make the day run more smoothly. For example, you can plan for how many staff you need to escort people into the conference area, how many security staff you need and how many car park attendants you will need.
• Knowing the statistics of how many people are expected to attend will help with the planning of the day too. This may include when the most important guest speakers should contribute and when you should plan lunch breaks for instance.
• Doing some research will also give you an insight into the type of companies and individuals that attended the conference in recent years or who may be interested in attending a new conference.

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