10 May 5 REASONS WHY IT IS ESSENTIAL TO GET AN EXPERIENCED TECH CREW
Keep in mind, that a reception of an event has many components. The more differentiated, the more attractive and interactive. Regardless of their configuration, it is only as durable, as its foundation is. When it comes to an event organization, the foundation of it is a tech crew. The more efficient, the less noticeable.
Event’s length depends on an efficiency of your crew. If technical complications occur (laptop’s not working, an adapter’s lacking, there’s no sound during a speech etc.) and they have no backup plan, it will cost you time – you’re going to have to shorten intervals and divest your attendees of networking opportunity.
Uprates event's quality
Reception of your event is widely based on tech crew’s experience. Random slides on the screen, intermitting microphones, blinking scene lights – all of that causes decrease of an event’s prestige. It Moreover, such oversights lead to reduced participants sponsors engagement in future editions.
Affects post-event materials
An events lasts a few hours, videos or photos stay online forever. Tech’s knowledge and experience influences (intermediately) every event’s activity. Sound quality in registered videos depends on sound technicians work and image condition on lighting producer’s.
How a spokesperson is seen, heard, if his/hers presentation is projected correctly, impacts his/hers reception. Lights set incorrectly, wrong image resolution or even a microphone installed inaptly may unnecessarily distract the prolocutor, which in turn will decrease speech’s quality.
Keeps you safe
Goes without saying. An experienced assembler will be aware of how to safely mount a heavy light , how to secure the wires or to manage power consumption. There’s an infinite number of safety issues a tech needs to pay attention to. And it’s not only about keeping people safe (which, of course is a priority), but also about keeping your event on track. An inexperienced electrician may cause a power outage, which could lead to an event termination.