In-House Production Partners vs Outsourced

In-person or hybrid gatherings have become more prevalent lately in our industry and as Technical Event Producers and Planners, one of the main considerations and current pressing question we get asked a lot by event organizers is in regards to decisions related to hybrid event production houses/vendors/suppliers/partners, and whether or not to go with the venue’s in-house AV team or outsource their event’s AV and live-streaming needs to an “outside” production partner.

Each decision implies certain considerations, as well as the budget ramifications, and while we don’t have all the information regarding the options you’ve got to work with, we will attempt to lay out a list of considerations and give our recommendations based on our experience with both options.

Check out this blog post that goes into detail about each option presented:

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Published by Anca (aka Anka) Trifan

Anca (/ˈãnka/) is the founder, creator and CEO of Tree-Fan Events – a boutique event planning and production agency that is offering event planning consultation, experience design and production management for live, virtual and hybrid events. Anca has started her sound career as a DJ in radio before embarking on a new adventure in event productions where she's worked for over twenty years, and has extensive experience and knowledge in the areas of sound engineering, technical event productions, event planning and producing, event design and management, walking her corporate and non-profit clients through the entire event planning and production process with the highest level of standards to design a perfect and seamless event. Find out more: https://treefanevents.com/about/

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