Should your event equipment use a WiFi or mobile network? What types of roles should you assign to your onsite team? How do you calculate the number of attendees who can enter per hour? Getting fans through the gates seems simple, but there are countless questions to consider to do it right.
Get the answers from Tommy Goodwin, Eventbrite’s Director of Field Operations, and Sharon Sperber, co-owner and producer of the Eat See Hear festival. In this video, you’ll learn the latest best practices for smooth, fail-proof onsite logistics.
Go on, give logistics some love! You’ll find out:
How to plan, set up, and execute a complete onsite logistics strategy
Detailed best practices around technology, staffing, and layout
Common onsite mistakes to avoid
About the Presenters:
As the head of field operations at Eventbrite, event production is Tommy’s passion. He leads a team of event professionals who specialize in developing efficient ingress and egress systems for the largest and most complicated events on the Eventbrite’s platform, including Governors Ball Music Festival, Tough Mudder, Tribeca Film Festival, Calgary Expo, and dozens of others. Tommy has led support for thousands of Eventbrite events.Prior to joining Eventbrite, Tommy was Co-Founder and Director of Operations at Ankh Marketing and Communications, a full-service event production and management company based in San Francisco. Tommy’s past clients include NASA, Current Television, Red Bull, Pandora and Google.
Sharon is the co-owner and producer of Eat See Hear. A dynamic, strategic marketer with 25 years of client and agency experience, she has spent many years leading the development and execution of award-winning programs that drive consumer engagement.Sharon has orchestrated marketing initiatives for Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Hotels, American Express, Bud Light, Loews Cineplex Entertainment and Citysearch. She cut her experiential marketing teeth at Renegade Marketing with clients Panasonic, G-Shock and Nautica. A veteran of the music industry, Sharon played an integral role in launching the careers of Sarah McLachlan and TLC at Arista Records and was a fixture of the NY alternative music scene at WDRE, Long Island.
Sharon is also an amateur triathlete since 2002, and has completed an Ironman and multiple long course triathlons through the years.