At times, even though you have planned an event well, certain things can go wrong. It can be the
event equipment, which disappointed you or just human errors.
Check out some of those things, which have a tendency to go wrong at an event.
Audiences fail to show up
It can be one of the worst disasters possible for any event. Poor turnout can spoil all your hard work. Imagine only a few people sitting in a huge hall when you have spent quite a lot in the event preparation.
Just think of a situation when the microphone of the speaker does not function properly, the Internet connectivity get lost or your video presentation just won’t play. As a preventive measure, you should have a strong AV partner collaborating with you where the event is taking place and who you can completely rely on. You also need to conduct a rehearsal before the D-day. Remember to trial all you’re A/V systems, laptops, as well as, projectors, which will be used. Let your speakers handle them when they rehearse their speeches.
Drop-out of participants
It can be a massive disaster too. You find your special guest, headline band or keynote speaker failed to attend the event. Their flights could have been delayed, not feeling well or simply let you down.