If you have a huge event or party coming up, then you have a lot of work to do. An event requires setting up, management time and patience. You along with your team of family and friends will be required to contact vendors, decoration companies, decide the venue., the stalls, the food, the recreational games for kids and adults, the sitting arrangement and lastly the invitations.
Is Your Work Complete?
once you have done all the work, you are ready for the event. But, are you sure your work is complete and you are relaxed now? No, the real work comes on the day of the event when you have to manage the whole huge crowd and avoid cluttering the cloud in one place. This is the most difficult task of managing the whole crowd and directing in different places.
How To Control The Crowd?
Controlling the crowd on the day of the event is not easy as the huge crowd may enter together and rush forms. This can be managed by using flow signs which direct the crowd to different paces and makes searching for different places easier. Firstly, you need to get familiar with the event venue so that you know where to place the flow sign sand what to place.
Types of Flow Signs You Can Use
Before people enter the venue you should hand them out the maps of the placement of the whole event and the festival. This ay all the people will know where everything is through the maps and there will be no dispersant and confusion.
2. Entry and Exit
Make sure that there are huge signs of entry and Exit. So that people know where to enter from and where to leave from. Also there should be emergency exit signs in case of an emergency or an accident.
3. Specific Boards and Signs
All the vendors and stalls should have their name borders as the same on the map so that people can easily reach the specific stall.
There should be a specific path for entering in a queue so that the crowd does not enter together and flood the gateway.
5. Pathway Signs
There should be small signboards all over the event place to direct people. Also, there should be big for signs with huge arrows stating which vendor or place is on which side.
6. Information Stands
There should be specific people on the information desk so that they may guide the crowd in case they get lost. There should be around 3 to 4 information booths or desks so that the crowd may gain information.
7. Digital Signs
Some people may still not be able to find their way to the venue. Big signboard or flow signs leading to the venue should be put up. Digital signs are also a good deal to direct people to the venue.
All these types of flow signs will surely help in managing the crowd and not causing confusion and mismanagement.
Posted by Randy Blakeslee - GetnSocial
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