The Event Production Show (EPS), which opens tomorrow (11 February) at London’s Earls Court 2, has revealed the series of sessions planned for its inaugural Production Area.
The first day’s workshops in the Production Area will focus on recent legislative changes and legal compliances.
Speakers, including the National Caterers Association (NCASS), will present interactive panel debates on the new Purple Guide (Event Safety Guide), licensing, police costs, best practice in experiential advertising and using storytelling to engage an audience.
On day two, experts from George P Johnson, the Production Services Association and Star Events Group will lead 45-minute ‘how to’ sessions for event organisers. The series will cover writing a production brief that translates client objectives into deliverable and measurable results; reducing your fuel bill and power use at festivals; compiling a good safety file including your health and safety policy, emergency and fire risk assessments and briefing and selecting your suppliers and contractors to ensure the best possible results.
“We’re really excited about the Production Area as we believe it adds a different dimension to the show,” says Event Director Donna Bushell. “Each of the sessions will be led by experts in their field and offer an unrivalled opportunity to pose questions and share experiences. We urge visitors to take their seats early as we anticipate the Production Area will be packed.”
Seminars in the Production Area, which has been provided by Allspan will start at 11am on Tuesday 11 February and 10.30am on Wednesday 12 February.
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