The event was organized well ahead the usual time but the project committee managed to put every detail into place. All the forty stalls were occupied by stallholders translating to a 100 percent success rate. With the stalls operating at full potential; this year’s event recorded the highest attendance ever. The numbers of customers visiting the stalls were unbelievable. The attendance of course translated to record financial returns.
There were obvious benefits that were achieved by the closing of the project apart from the financial gains, the profile of the club was raised amongst circles within the university, the event provided much needed fun for the university students and staff, and finally the club established good links with food business owners in the university.
From the evaluation of the project, there are a few lessons that the club officials deduced. There is always need for products to have descriptions, a strong project manager is a basic necessity to a successful project, risk assessment is a very important stage at the start of the project, having risk contingency plans is essential in dealing with prospective risks during the project and finally, the identification of benefits at the beginning of the projects should be considered at the end of the