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AR and VR have been the talk of the town since its launch and its ever-increasing demand in the gaming world. However, the usage of this incredible innovative invention is not just limited to the gaming industry. Believe it or not, but AR and VR are effectively being used by event management companies for their events. AR and VR enhance your possibilities to make the event a great success by offering an amazing experience to your audience. But you may wonder how. Well, let’s first understand both the terms.

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Event stage design and decor

For any event, the stage makes up for the first impression in the eyes of the audience. The stage is the core of any event and gets the most attention. For any event’s success, the stage needs to make an impact first. That’s why you need to make your event’s stage stand out. Now for this purpose, you may think that you need a large stage design to catch the attention of the viewers. However, if you have a small space, you can still make the most of it and create an impactful stage design. Wondering how? Read on to find out how you can maximise your stage design in a small space.

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Have you hosted an event lately? Or are you planning to host an event any time soon? If yes, you must have realised it is a difficult task to plan everything without missing out on the smallest of detail. Big companies that host annual events cannot plan such huge events all by themselves, even if they have a separate team to conduct it. Event planners are, therefore, hired for their professional services because as a team they will make sure that each tiny detail of the event has been covered.

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There is a misconception that corporate events need to have subtle lighting to avoid unnecessary distractions. And by subtle we mean those boring, white studio lights that even a conference room may have. Then why settle for the same in a corporate event too? There’s more to lighting than we actually imagine. Lighting, when done smartly, can change the ambience and mood of a space. In a corporate meet, everyone including the panel speakers and the audience would be interested in the event rather than the event lighting. But if the lighting wasn’t apt for the event, it would be the first thing to be noticed.

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