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Things to Consider in an Event Production Whether the kind of attendance of an event is a huge crowd or a small gathering, for it to succeed, an event manager should be assigned to handle practically everything that has got to do with putting up a show or presentation, one who is a professional and into this business of mounting an event. Knowing that a big event carries with it the element of success, this will not just be achieved on a natural process but that a lot of planning is invested in putting up an event for it to succeed, such that the event manager and producer of the show must be actively deliberating during the planning process on such factors, as: logistics, equipment and crew, audio needs, slides and projector, lighting needs, video production, technology and electricity. The logistics part will always be an important part of planning and this involves a production schedule and checklist provided by the event manager on every detail needed in the event, such as the event set-up, food and beverages, transportation and safety. Example of logistical details in an event are: the event set-up includes the specific room or venue for setting-up, tables, size and quantity, linens, chairs, trash cans, special lighting and/or sound equipment, signage, stage or dance floor, technical needs, curtains, golf carts for transportation; food and beverages cover catering service or food provided by the restaurant where the event will take place or food purchased externally or homemade food; transportation of presenters and important guests, as well as the production crew; safety covers event insurance, activities that pose risks to participants and spectators, collection of money like in a concert or show.
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Since an event is a major undertaking, there’s a good chance that many people will be involved in mounting the event, so it is important that the event manager arranges for a time for everyone concerned to get to know one another, including the tasks that have assigned to each one, and someone assigned by the event manager to have a checklist of the equipment that will be needed for the show.
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An event is highly dependent on the background equipment so much so that the event manager must assign a supervisor in each team department, which includes the following: audio, slides and projector, lighting, video production, and technology devices, and electricity, to be in charge of seeing to it that the specific equipment works and operational and that they are checked and tested before the show begins. By using a communication device, one that has a system of allowing the overlapping of a dialogue, for the event manager and crew to easily communicate to each other so all the details in the mounting of the event production is checked and put in place.