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Hello everyone,

would you please explain me the meaning of the following sentence? I don't understand it.

We can source the right delegates, right from the beginning of the process to ensuring these delegates attend an event.

In context:
Hello, my name is Sarah Arnold and I am the Operations Manager for Wembley Event Management Services. We provide a total event management solution to a company's event programme. We can source the right delegates, right from the beginning of the process to ensuring these delegates attend an event.

Thanks in advance,
Dany
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There is a grammatical error in the original-- 'ensuring' should be 'ensure'. Also, a comma is needed after 'process':

'We can source the right delegates, right from the beginning of the process, to ensure these delegates attend an event. '

I could paraphrase this as: 'At the beginning of event-planning, we can locate and choose delegates who are sure to come to the event.'
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I'm going to take a different point of view.

We can provide the right people, throughout the entire process,
from choosing them at the beginning of the process
to ensuring that they attend the event at the end of the process.

I see "from" and "to" as indicators of 'source' and 'destination' (beginning and end) of a process.
The "to", in parallel with "from", then would be a preposition.

I don't see "to" as introducing an infinitive of purpose.

On the other hand, I don't doubt that there are better ways to phrase the sentence.

Just my two cents!
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