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Events Management: An International Approach

Ferdinand, Nicole and Kitchin, Paul James, eds. (2012) Events Management: An International Approach. London. 350 pp. Sage. ISBN 9780857022417 [Book (edited)]

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Written by a team of twenty-five high profile, international authors, this exciting new text successfully combines theory and practice, making it a must-have for all students of Events Management.Events Management: An International Approach provides comprehensive coverage of all the most common types of events, preparing students for a future career in Events Management. Covering key issues such as fundraising, sponsorship, globalization and sustainability, this text addresses the challenges and examines the realities of events management in an international context. A wide range of case studies and examples look at sporting, music, catering and fundraising events across Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and North America.Key features include:• An international approach, drawing on a wide range of cases from around the world• Extensive pedagogical features such as Diary of an Event Manager and Exercises in Critical Thinking• A companion website offering a full Instructor's Manual, PowerPoint slides, additional case studies and links to SAGE journal articlesThis book is essential reading for all undergraduate and postgraduate students studying Events Management.Nicole Ferdinand is Senior Lecturer in Events Management at the London Metropolitan Business School.Paul J. Kitchin is Lecturer in Sports Management at the University of Ulster.

Item Type:Book (edited)
Keywords:events management international
Faculties and Schools:Faculty of Life and Health Sciences > School of Sport
Faculty of Life and Health Sciences
Research Institutes and Groups:Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Institute > Centre for Sport in Society
Sport and Exercise Sciences Research Institute
ID Code:20537
Deposited By: Dr Paul Kitchin
Deposited On:29 Apr 2012 21:22
Last Modified:09 Dec 2015 11:00

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