What do Conference Producers do?
Conference producers are responsible for coordinating, organising and supervising all aspects of a conference or exhibition. Duties of a conference producer can range from overseeing conference operations, developing concept ideas and directing staff to managing a budget and securing exhibition venues.
What skills does a Conference Producer need?
Conference Producers need to be excellent multitaskers and highly organised as they will usually be managing many projects at once. Conference Producers will have great communication and bilingual language skills to meet exhibition clients and vendors face-to-face and over the phone. Conference Producers are also great decision-makers with previous management or supervisory experience in some capacity.
What can a Conference Producer earn?
Conference Producer earnings depend on experience and company requirement and can range between £25,000 up to £45,000 plus bonus.
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