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  • Writer's pictureKaren Gittins

A Day in the Life of a Conference Producer


The day starts with checking emails and messages first thing to help catch up on any overnight updates or urgent matters.


Next, it’s time to commute to the office or set up the home workspace, depending on the hybrid schedule. Reviewing the day’s agenda, prioritising tasks, and setting clear goals are essential for staying organised and productive.


A daily team stand-up meeting follows, where ongoing projects, upcoming events, and immediate concerns are discussed. Tasks are assigned, and updates on the progress of current events are shared.


Conducting industry research is a key part of the morning. Staying updated on trends, competitor events, and potential topics for future conferences ensures that the content remains relevant and engaging. Developing content for upcoming events includes selecting themes, creating agendas, and identifying potential speakers.


Reaching out to potential speakers, sending invitations, and scheduling meetings to discuss their participation are essential tasks. Coordinating with confirmed speakers to finalise their session details and requirements ensures everything runs smoothly.


After a lunch break to recharge, it’s time for client and sponsor meetings. These discussions cover event details, sponsorship packages, and partnership opportunities. Addressing any concerns and ensuring all parties are aligned on expectations and deliverables is crucial.


Logistics planning is another important aspect of the day. Working with the logistics team to coordinate event venues, audiovisual requirements, catering, and other essential services ensures all logistical aspects are on track. Troubleshooting any issues that arise is part of the job.


Collaboration with the marketing team is necessary for developing promotional strategies, including social media campaigns, email marketing, and press releases. Reviewing and approving marketing materials ensures they align with the event’s vision and objectives.


A final review of event plans, checklists, and timelines is conducted to ensure everything is in place. Following up on pending tasks, responding to emails, and updating stakeholders on the event status are end-of-day tasks.


Reflecting on the day's achievements and challenges helps identify any lessons learned or areas for improvement. Planning the next day's tasks and priorities maintains momentum.



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