Partnering with numerous individual companies to deliver your occasion is complicated. Here are three ways you can save with one-stop-shop event management.
Building your business’ rewards programme around an awards evening celebrating your employees’ achievements should be done with the help of event experts.
Many businesses think it’s simple to set up their own event production team or use the in-house providers at their venue – but how feasible are these options?
Executing an event perfectly means standing out from the rest. How better to do that than using a customised audio visual display?
Video is undoubtedly a powerful medium for communication. However, where many go wrong is assuming anyone can make professional-looking content easily. Take a look at this simple guide to help you avoid the pitfalls that often come with making a DIY business video without the right AV equipment and guidance.
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.