View the multimedia pieces, “Event Planning: Choosing a Venue,” “Intangibles Part 1,” and “Intangibles Part 2” from the Topic Materials. Note that there are multiples aspects that must be evaluated before selecting the proper site for any particular event. As you evaluate each site, examine its strengths and weakness along with potential risks that may be intrinsic to the site. Next, consider the tangible and intangible aspects associated with each site.
Now consider the event you are planning to execute. Describe your event and provide details about the venue you have chosen for it. Justify why you have selected this venue for your event by sharing information about the venue’s strengths, weakness, potential risks, tangible (measurable) aspects, and intangible (nonmeasurable) aspects. There are multiple aspects that must be evaluated before selecting the proper site for any particular event. Name three tangible (measurable) aspects and three intangible (nonmeasurable) aspects.