Delivering a press conference – whether announcing a new product or company news – bares your business’ professional reputation to the media. Fail to deliver and risk ridicule. Setting the event up right requires thorough planning – we offer a few tips on how to set your press conference up for success.
A connected work team means a more efficient professional environment. Improving employee engagement with a team building day is one solution – if done properly. Read on to see four tips you should keep in mind when planning a team building day that is bound to be a success.
A sports event should go beyond just the on-court action. To deliver a total experience, the best sporting occasions use light and sound to communicate thrills, colour and emotion. CMS Australasia’s event production services are vital to the excitement of gameday with the NBL’s Melbourne United.
Augmented reality – isn’t it just a buzz term? Many think AR is limited to the bulky headsets used for gaming. But light mapping can add another layer of colour and motion to the real world, giving viewers a sensory experience like no other. See why you should consider using AR light projection in your next event.
Planning an outdoor festival is no mean feat – there are many factors to consider in order to get everything spot on. From the right staging beforehand to nailing the audiovisual elements during the show, see how to excel at managing your next outdoor festival.
Product launch events are exciting opportunities to tell the world about a new offering from your company. As the chance to make a good first impression, they’re important to get right. Here are three questions you should ask yourself when planning a product launch event.
An awards ceremony is one of the most rewarding and fun events to organise. An occasion dedicated solely to recognising good people, they are always full of positive vibes. But due to their very nature, awards ceremonies can sometimes become tedious. What can you do to make sure yours is a success?
The new year is here, and that means it’s time to stop and take stock of the trends the event industry can look towards in 2018. From the increasing presence of VR and AR, to the importance of a holistic perspective on events, here are some of the trends 2018 will bring.
There is no golden ticket for communicating something to an audience like your own event. The people there are ready to listen and are receptive to your perspective. The question then becomes “what is that something you need to communicate?” It’s your message.
When organising an event, sourcing equipment from numerous companies can be overwhelming. See the difference with an all-in-one event production house.