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AEvent planning presents many opportunities to be creative and many ways to use up a given budget. Clear event goals are essential in order to ensure that these decisions are made in a way that will benefit your event. If your goal is to educate guests then a beautiful iconic venue may not be the best use of funds and may even detract from the message, whereas a more affordable practical venue will save money and provide the equipment needed to fulfil the brief. If you are trying to impress clients then sourcing the best location, catering & entertainment that your budget allows may be a good idea. Or perhaps, upon reflection, impressing a client isn’t really the goal at all. It may be that developing a strong, ongoing relationship with the client is what you really want to achieve and so a regular program of smaller informal live and virtual events may be a better approach. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any events or projects that you would like to discuss.
AOnce you have defined the purpose and goals of your event, it is time to map out the parameters, such as budget, expected number of guests, spaces required, timings, preferred location, style, along with many other elements. Use our event planner tool here to help formulate your event and our team will be able to provide expert advice. The easiest and most effective way to plan an event is to contact Reverb Events here, who will guide you through the entire process and connect you with the best venues, suppliers and event partners to fulfil your event brief.
AHybrid events combine elements of both live events and virtual events. An example of a hybrid event could be an experiential event that includes a series of webinars that guests can attend virtually prior to the live event day. Another example could be a live conference that included guest speakers, who would perhaps otherwise be unaffordable or unavailable, speaking via the main stage screen via webcam. These are very simple examples and we will consider a much wider range of live and virtual event techniques and work out the best combination to fulfil your goals, whether that be just live events, solely virtual events, or a combination of the two.
AThere are many benefits of holding both live and virtual events and certain event briefs will require a certain approach. Either way, it is important that they are done right. Naturally if you are celebrating, or planning a party, then virtual events will most likely not be suitable. Sitting at a screen with a party popper isn’t anyones idea of fun. Live events have the power to connect people, have greater impact, are much better for networking along with many other benefits. On the other hand, virtual events are often more efficient, break down geographical barriers, are more cost effective and convenient. When we look at event briefs, we will consider how live and virtual events can be combined to take advantage of the benefits of each approach.
AThe impact of an event can be amplified with creative planning and effective use of digital media to create content that people want to share. We like events that are memorable and offer guests something that is a little out of the ordinary. Events that challenge people and spark conversation. We like to capture the essence of an event and package media in a way that makes it easy and fun to share.
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