Hello Community! 😊
This is our third post in our Use Case Marathon series, and today, we're discussing Event Management.
Event Management 👥
Throughout 2020 and the first half of 2021, we’ve seen lots of businesses organizing events online. We will hopefully get to more offline events in the future, but regardless of whether the event is happening behind the screen or not, it needs proper planning and management.
In Wrike, it's possible to coordinate events both big and small, manage multiple projects running at the same time, break each project down into subfolders for every major initiative and schedule tasks across a cross-functional team.
📌 Real-life example:
Wrike can help you successfully plan and execute an event. You can break the required steps down into tasks and assign them; plan your event and track performance, and review event planning progress.
✅ What functionality is being used:
- Folder structure
- Table View
- Gantt Chart
- Request Forms
Are you using Wrike to manage events? How have you approached this in the remote work environment? Tell us about your best practices in the comments below 👍
Maybe you would like to learn more about how to set up event management in Wrike? Let us know below! 👇
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