Entertainment is what keeps a corporate event lively! Hiring the right entertainment act can be the reason your event is successful! The process of finding the right entertainment is an art. There are decisions to be made, planning to be done, and entertainers to be hired!
Corporate entertainers are in abundance, but which one is the right fight for your audience or your theme or your boss’s taste? It definitely isn’t easy but that doesn’t mean we haven’t broken it down for you! Five small tips from us can be a giant leap for corporate entertainment!
The 5 tips to getting corporate entertainment right:
- Be audience specific
- Consider the age groups
- Be extra but just enough
- Have a pre-show
- Order the right equipment
Your corporate entertainment is mainly to keep the audiences attentive so if it isn’t chosen according to your audience’s taste then it just defeats the purpose. Assessing your audience can give you the best idea of what your corporate entertainment should be! Comedy acts with popular artists like Mark Crocker can actually be one of the safest options for any audience!
Age groups are important. Corporates usually have employees and employers of mixed age groups. Your corporate entertainment idea should be one which suits the taste of the older and younger employees alike. Stand up comedy is usually loved and appreciated across all age groups. You could even have a dance show or a light show.
The extra element in your event is what will set it apart from the many corporate events conducted every year. Pull all the stops but also know when to stop. You need to present an event which the attendees will not forget but also keep them on the topic! Knowing just where to draw the line is very important!
Check everything! Even your entertainment. Comedians like Mark Crocker usually showcase a sample of the set before the actual performance. This can help you modify content to your needs and ensure that it matches your demands. It could help you avoid any unexpected mishaps!
If your show starts off on the right note and then buries itself in the dust later on because you don’t have the right audio visual equipment to support it, it could get really embarrassing. Contacting your corporate entertainer and ensuring that you are equipped for their act and any other event on the agenda can even help you ensure things don’t spiral out of control!
Corporate entertainment needs to be appropriate in its presentation and delivery. Hiring professionals and going with ideas which have worked in the past such as comedy are great paths to take. Mark Crocker, a comedian, adds something extra to his act with ventriloquism! This means you can add something in your event to leave the audience with a twist while playing it safe!