TIPPING POINT

At the tipping point of your live event, exhibition or pavilion – the seconds or minutes after an idea gains traction – the choices you make can have huge implications. It’s at this point the path of a live project is often set on an irreversible path.

This tipping point choices chart clarifies what actions you need and which procurement tools you will need to find or procure what you need.

These choices and what, in turn, you need are summarised below. A reading of The Facts Of Live book though will clarify why these choices are so important and how best to act upon them.


RIGHTS TO OFFER?

If you have, or think you have, commercial, marketing or any other rights that will have value to an organisation in return for them producing a live event at no or less cost to yourself, you need a find or procure a¬†pomoter. If this is the case, refer to the procurement toolkit for guidance on how to do so by clicking here…

Otherwise, as is more common, you will either be outsourcing your live event or producing it in-house.


OUTSOURCE?

If you want to pay someone to develop and produce your live event, exhibition or pavilion for you in its entirety, you need to find or procure a turnkey solution. For guidance on how to do so, refer to the procurement toolkit by clicking here…

Otherwise, you will be producing all or part of your live event in-house.


IN-HOUSE?

If your live event is being produced in house:

Are your core roles in place as detailed in the structures guidance? If not you are going to need to find these services.

If your core roles are in place, do they have the necessary competency and relevant content and contextual experience? If not you and/or they are going to need training, support, management or leadership services.

If your core team with relevant experience is in place, planning can progress, and when you are ready you will then need to find or procure the goods your live event needs.

For guidance on how to find or procure a promoter, turnkey solutions or any talent, services of goods, consult the procurement toolkit by clicking here…