Event production is the technological and creative execution of an event using sound, lighting, video, design, and more to control the atmosphere, mood, and emotion of attendees. An event producer will work with clients (typically meeting planners or event managers) to identify the concept of the event, and subsequently plan the logistics and technical components,
including audiovisuals, vendors, crew, equipment, budgets, and more.
Event Planning vs. Event Management vs. Event Production
Event planning is about managing the activities prior to your event, which includes selecting venues, finalizing event dates, managing budgets, hiring a caterer, and more. On the other hand, event management is essentially the project management of an event, which may involve registrations, managing staff during the event, and resolving any onsite conflicts that arise. In short, event planners create the blueprint for an event, while an event manager takes ownership in seeing the plan through to execution on event day.
Event production elevates an event to the next level. Rather than focusing on planning and project management, event production focuses on the live, stage presentation of an event. Working with presenters, audio visual crews, and technology vendors, event production teams produce and deliver amazing live experiences at an event
The team building
The conference and congress
Trade fair or Exhibitions