How We Work

How we work

Step 1: Requirements

In this initial interactive stage, project requirements and objectives are developed and refined. We work together to target objectives, create an initial SWOT analysis and create an Artistic Proposal based on your objectives. This Artistic Proposal is a type of “story board” meant to show general direction. The preparation for this requires a team effort between the key decision makers and our designer. We need approx 1hr meeting/phone discussion with your team and approx 7 working days latter a personal presentation with the final decision makers. Once a basic idea has been agreed we begin step 2. (Note before the artistic proposal can be presented we require a basic ‘confidentiality agreement’. Should a full proposal requiring detailed budget breakdowns, renderings etc be required a basic proposal fee  will be charged, this fee less any expenses will be deducted from final bill.)

Step 2: Design

During this phase, emphasis is placed upon the "manufacturing" design process to establish blueprints for necessary locations, and drawings for presentation. Appropriate reviews are calibrated against meeting objectives in order to keep the design phase on target. Once an agreement is reached we start production. 

Step 3: Production

It is during this phase that the actual construction of all items take place. For instance; hotels booked, film and video shot, music scored, transportation arranged, staging constructed, menus finalized, entertainment booked, agendas manufactured, costumes created etc.

Step 4: Implementation

The Event General Manager and the Events Management & Production Team, are on-site to bring all elements together for a successful event. Load-in, set-up, rehearsals, and adjustments are made to completely satisfy your requirements. This is where our experience and attention to detail come together to deliver a flawless project.

Step 5: Evaluation

At this phase, your event is analyzed comparing audience reaction against the stated objectives of your event. The evaluation, along with a complete financial statement, is then packaged for management use. This information is invaluable to our clients for measuring the impact of their event's objectives while learning about marketing and opportunities for the future. 


Billing / Payments etc.
Events Management and production can be very flexible. For Management our basic fee is 15% of the total budget. However in larger projects we can work on a flat rate. Production is charged on a quotation basis. We can use your contractors or ours. Most items can be created in our workshop better and cheaper. Payments to 3rd parties can be arranged either direct to you or through Events.