Services Award Ceremony Production

Vector provide design and production services to help you facilitate a show-stopping award ceremony. Trusted by many organisations and brands from Ferarri to BAE Systems, the Thai Tourism Board to Luton Council. We can either work as an extension of your in-house events team, or you can pass the design, planning and production over to us.

Have a vision or theme for your event? Great! We'd love to help you bring that to life. Stuck for inspiration? Why not ask us to help you imagine what your event could be – we'll work with you to plan your event space, produce layout plans, create design visuals as necessary, then specify the most suitable equipment and crew to run the show.

Award Ceremony Production detail

So, you're organising an awards ceremony? Look no further.

We own a vast range of equipment which is maintained to a high technical and visual standard – from staging and trussing, sound equipment, stage lighting and effects, a giant video wall for motion graphics and live video feeds, even down to the finer details such as presenter lecterns, digital-radio microphones, and atmospheric lighting for the venue. You can be confident that we have every AV and lighting aspect required for you to put on a successful awards show.

But it's not just about the equipment, we also have an experienced team of audio-visual technicians and production crew to run your event – from the set-up to the break down, we have it covered.

Our dedicated showroom in Milton Keynes has a multitude of lighting and video equipment ready to demo, and we welcome you to book a visit if you're in need of some inspiration.

Our top tips for organising a great awards ceremony:

  • Make sure you have plenty of time to plan your event. Preparation is key to a smooth awards ceremony; with many "moving parts" from lighting and audio-visual setup, stage and set design, furniture, catering – and the guests themselves (think: invites, awards, etc.)
  • Ask your venue about catering services and furniture – many will have their own services which creates fewer logistical aspects for you to manage  
  • Of course we'd say this, but find a team that is experienced in event design and production
  • Maintain a schedule of everything that will happen in the run-up, during and post event (and share this with key people and suppliers in your team). This should be a nominated person – whether it's you, someone from your events team, or our team at Vector.
  • Get everyone together in one place on the same day before the set-up, so your team knows who is who, and what their responsibilities are