One of the most interesting occupations is being an Event Manager. A whole lot of things happen behind the curtains to make an event successful. This blog strives to dive deeper into the aspects & process of event coordination.
Event Management includes managing the creative & technical aspects of any program like weddings, festivals, parties, concerts, charity events, etc. It is a combination of entertainment and project management.
Event managers need to work under pressure and have excellent communication skills. Planning and organizing abilities are must-have traits. The role of an Event Manager stretches beyond organizing the event. A manager needs to customize the event according to their client’s preference.
They will need to arrange venues, handle sound systems, fix seating arrangements, food & beverages, photography/videography, etc. Event managers require knowledge about a variety of themes, and they need to be aware of the prices and current trends.
Every event is unique and customized according to the expectations of the clients and the mission. ACTC Events understands and incorporates the purpose of the program throughout the process to attain success.
Prior events and IPs we have successfully curated:
Ambrosia Food Festival
Junior Filmmakers (JFM)
Kadhaludan, Pradeep Kumar
With a variety of events, the team obtains invaluable experience and can learn and specialize in different categories and invent strategies.
A – Adaptability
C – Coordination
T – Time Management
C – Client Communication
ACTC Events is prominently known for its adaptability. Coordination is a complex task that requires complete focus and attention. Managers need to stay on top of things and when variables change, they need to adjust accordingly within the time frame.
Struggles can arise in any factor during the program, and learning to deal with them and find better alternatives is a primary duty of an event organizer. Many events have a time constraint and pull every factor together on time for the guests.
One of the core aspects includes client communication. Event Managers need to understand the purpose of the program and meet the expectations of the clients.
For an event to be truly successful, the specifics and aim must be attained.
The mission of an event can vary from entertainment to a social/charity cause, celebration/commemoration of a day, etc. This is how an event can leave a long-lasting impression on the guests & attendees.