You may not realize this, but at heart, everyone’s an event manager.
When it’s that time of the year you have to plan someone’s birthday, surprise your parents with an anniversary party, throw a Christmas dinner or invite friends and neighbors to an elaborate New Year’s bash—you’ve stood there like a trooper, taking care of everything from catering to entertainment, decorations and music.
But if you’re a working professional in business, education, law or entertainment—chances are, you know a great deal more about organizing events than your friends and family. Say, you run a business consultancy or a law firm, a member of the education board, or PR manager for a local newspaper—you’ve probably attended your fair share of corporate events, big and small.
You may partake in community workshops, local seminars and international conferences at various venues—from the local arts center around the block to a prestigious hotel in the heart of Los Angeles. And taking inspiration from all, you’re definitely in a position to organize one of your own!
Keeping the Spotlight on Your Event
If you’re thinking of organizing a seminar for your office, school or local cultural center, you’ll have your hands full with innumerable decisions. Choosing a venue, developing reasonable objectives, inviting keynote speakers, selling tickets or sending invitations—this is just the tip of the iceberg, and it doesn’t even cover catering and staging!
Planning a seminar is no small matter. But with your exposure to successful conferences, you’ll definitely have a few ideas to amp up the event!
As you sit at your desk, checking off all the things on your to-do list, you’re likely to be so engrossed in the bigger picture that you forget a few crucial elements that could make or break your event.
And that’s where we come in to remind you!
It’s All About the Details
You’re probably thinking a small event can’t match the grand and lavish set-up of an international conference. After all, you don’t have that big an audience and certainly not that big a budget!
Even so—a successful event, albeit small, holds the power to attract prospective clients, motivate existing employees, inspire promising ideas and boost overall creativity. This is an essential goal to have and, contrary to popular opinion, it doesn’t have to rely on an expensive venue or celebrity guest-speaker!
You’re setting the stage for a presentation or a lecture by an expert in a field relevant to your business or institute. The point of a seminar is to keep the focus on the subject—which in this case, means the speaker!
You may not realize this until it’s too late and you’re watching a recording of your laboriously planned event, but professional lighting is one of the most important elements of the stage, second only to an excellent sound system.
We believe hard work and ambition should always be noticed. This is why we take pride in helping small businesses and entrepreneurs organize spectacular events on a budget!
Contact us for inquiries and rental charges today!