What Not to Wear on Stage
The last thing event speakers want to do is show excessive sweat or blend in with the backdrop. It’s crucial to choose an ensemble that appeals to your audience but doesn’t take away from the presentation. While full service event production companies prioritize the technical and logistical set-up of your event, we also know a thing or two about wardrobe choices for corporate speaking engagements.
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At risk of sounding like a clichè, it’s important to just be yourself. Colloquialisms aside, the opinion your audience forms will 100 percent include how you present yourself.
A good rule of thumb is that you should always dress as well or slightly better than the event attendees. We’re not telling you to wear a tuxedo or ball gown, but it’s imperative to appear professional and also look comfortable.
It’s tempting to wear brand new high heels or your favorite sports coat, but don’t let the accessories you choose be the bane of your presentation.
Full service event production is our job, and that includes equipping the speakers with the knowledge to do their best.
We work diligently to make events of all sizes in the Jacksonville and Port Orange areas go smoothly. From the initial discussion stages to event clean-up, our focus is your comfort and confidence. Discuss the details of your event with a Project Manager to explore your production options.