A discussion hosted by our MD, Mark Bradley, exclusively at the 2017 Australian Event Awards & Symposium.
The entertainment can make or break your event regardless of the type of audience, the quality of venue or how good the food is. Just because it is a great act or band, does not mean it will work! This session discusses how best to combine the essential ingredients of choice of entertainment, timing, sound and lighting, to ensure you get the very best result for your special event.
- When and where to best slot different types of entertainment
- Utilising “Surprise Entertainment” and how best to surprise your guests
- Tricks on how the sound production can transform your event
Having provided entertainment for over 12,000 events throughout 90 countries, Mark Bradley is a leader in the event industry with over 28 years of experience under his belt. With offices in New York, London and Sydney, he has an extensive client base from royalty, heads of state and celebrities through to multinational corporate and private clientele.
From opera singer to event photographer to creating the world’s most successful corporate act, The Three Waiters, Mark continues to create new acts, present new artists, and tailor performances to suit a changing market. With his extensive knowledge of the industry, Mark prides himself on advising the right type of entertainment for the right event.
Mark is presenting as part of the In Focus sessions providing practical ideas to help deliver various aspects of an event.
- Creating a Great Delegate Journey Before, During and After Your Business Event, Lauren Hayward
- Teasing and Pleasing the Tastebuds: Food and Wine Matching, Paul Baker
- Choosing the right entertainment and the secrets of timing to help shape your event, Mark Bradley
- To Stream or Not to Stream? The paradox of not cannibalising your physical attendance by offering a live stream, Conal McCullough
- Transforming spaces for events, Meredith Lambert
- Cyber Security in Events: How to Avoid Becoming the Next Victim of Cyber Criminals, Josh Lemon
- The Deadly Sins of Event Technology and How to Avoid Them, Clifford Fairbrass
- Thinking outside the box: Parrtjima, Andrew Hopper and Anthony Bastic
- Curating and Producing Conference and Seminar Content, Simon Relph