In live production, we have Event Producers (EPs) who are responsible for designing your “show” and creating the experience. Their responsibilities generally include: Overseeing all stage production, developing set designs, discovering sponsor recognition opportunities, integrating brands through experiential marketing, innovation, sculpting the run-of-show, script writing, storytelling, talent acquisition, scrubbing talent riders, overseeing and conceptualizing custom content creation, special effects, and coordinating all things audio visual. The Event Producer will generally take care of hiring the full stage crew i.e. stage managers, runners, directors, designers, producers, technicians, etc. The EP will also be in charge of all show calls and communication to make sure everything runs smoothly. If your event has a television broadcast component, GVP will work parallel to the broadcast team, assisting them with their audio visual needs and providing themes and color schemes to create one cohesive look between the live event and the television broadcast. If you need assistance finding a broadcast partner, we'd be more than happy to connect you with one of ours!
HINT! The process runs smoother when starting with a budget (even if that budget is a range). We can develop several ideas, but working within a $50,000 budget is much different than working with a $3,000,000 budget.