Corporate Event Audiovisual Checklist - Part 3: AV Boots on the Ground contains the questions to ensure attendees have a seamless experience at your corporate event.
When planning an event, it's essential to have a clear understanding of the space available at your chosen venue. One tool that can be helpful in this regard is a space grid, which provides an overview of the available rooms and their corresponding dates and access times.
When renting a venue for an event, it's important to carefully review the contract to ensure that you're aware of any fees or restrictions that may impact your audiovisual (AV) needs. An experienced AV production team can help negotiate the best prices for your event. They can also help you identify the services you need and don’t need.
A site survey is an important component of event planning that can help ensure that your event runs smoothly and without any unexpected issues. A site survey involves visiting the venue ahead of time to assess various aspects such as logistics, layout, and accessibility.
When planning an event that involves external devices, such as live streaming or interactive displays, it's important to consider whether you'll need extra bandwidth to support these devices effectively.
When planning an event, it's important to be aware of other events that may be taking place adjacent to yours over the same dates and times. The frequency of these events can have a significant impact on your own event – from attendance numbers to traffic flow and even the availability of resources.
CEI is an experienced, proactive AV production team that can help you plan and execute an exceptional event your attendees will remember. If you have any other questions or needs, please reach out to the CEI team. We are happy to help.
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