Supporting Herts events: The feasibility of setting up a profitable event fundraising organisation collaborating with and supporting the aims of the National Health Service.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
MetadataShow full item record
The aim of the enterprise project was to evaluate the feasibility of an independent events company working alongside an NHS Trust, to assist in raising additional funds for projects, not fully supported by public money. The objectives of this project were to carry out a: • Literature review covering all relevant areas affecting the business • Detailed market study to gather information from interested parties • Construct and evaluate a viable business plan The above objectives were achieved by researching the method of existing fundraising within the NHS and by canvassing NHS staff and public opinion via questionnaires to assess the level of support that could be expected. It was then necessary to design a business model of event management that could provide this extra funding, with profitability for the author. This concluded that the enterprise project was a viable business opportunity that would complement and support existing funding of NHS projects.
BA (Hons) Event Management
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Doo:Nation Events : A feasibility study assessing the viability of setting up a corporate events planning company, that integrates a charity fundraising contribution within every event. Ball, Austin (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2014)The enterprise project aims to evaluate the feasibility of establishing a corporate events planning company. Its core aim to cover the corporate events industry raising funds for charities and the local community in ...
Exploring the potential of cultural events to facilitate intercultural understanding, global citizenship and peace: A longitudinal case study of Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod Davies, Karen (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2017)The project explores the potential for cultural events to facilitate intercultural understanding, global citizenship and peace. This potential was researched through the investigation of the processes and mechanisms of ...
A matter of interpretation: developing primary pupils’ enquiry skills using position-linked datalogging Davies, Dan; Collier, C.; Howe, A. (Taylor & Francis, 2012)Background: This article reports on an evaluation study of a project seeking to develop the use of position-linked datalogging with primary pupils in environmental science contexts. Purpose: The study sought to find out ...