Are your guests complaining about your event Internet? Do you often hear sounds of dismay every time they try to connect online? Never let this ever happen to you again.
Event planners have a lot on their plate. Guests, on the other hand, will only be seeing the finished product – the performances, sound, lights, drinks, meals, and others. What they fail to see is the time and work you dedicate just to ensure that every single element is right. This includes the Internet and WiFi – two key elements guests only become aware of once they fail.
A WiFi fail is something you have to avoid at all cost. Don’t worry because it will not cut a big chunk off your budget. Ensuring optimal WiFi for your event is not rocket science. Proper planning is all it takes, which is obviously your area of expertise.
Why You Need Event Internet
It is to know that not all events need WiFi. There are events held in large outdoor areas such as parks where crowds are scattered and a 4G cellular coverage will do. There are also events that call for a restricted internet connectivity due to the launch of a product that the public should not see yet or a secret special guest. Some events don’t really feature internet-related things. There are many good reasons why internet and WiFi are not needed in an event. However, such events belong to the minority.
The truth is that 9 of 10 events require some sort of WiFi and bandwidth service. Whether it is a conference, trade show, concert, fashion show, product launch, or something similar, there are lots of uses for event Internet and WiFi. These include, but are not limited, to the following:
WiFi for VIPs
WiFi for production staff
WiFi for guests
Internet for media members
Internet for video streaming
Payment processing machines