Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about what we do and how we go about it. If you can’t find what you’re looking for just give us a call.
Can you deliver in any space?
Depending on the size of the cast, the set up required and the number of attendees, we can deliver just about anywhere. We haven’t found a space yet that we couldn't make work!
What do you need to know about the venue?
- Where it is
- The name of the room you’ve booked
- Your point of contact at the venue if you have one
- When we can have access to set up the day before (if required)
- When we can access on event day
- What time we will need to clear the venue by after the event
And if you’re happy for us to start a dialogue with your point of contact, we’ll give them a call and find all this out for ourselves.
Will you need us to raise a PO before the event or after completion?
Before the event is ideal, but soon afterwards is fine too. Depending on your preference we can either estimate expenses on our proposal, or you can issue a separate PO for accurate expenses after the event; whatever works best for you.
What do you need to know before an event?
A few things would be good to know as early as possible:
- When and where the event will be taking place
- Who will be attending
- What the start and end times will be
- Where the AKT session fits within the day’s agenda
- Any specific additions you would like to make to the facilitation
Can we run more than one live programme in a day at no extra cost?
Yes you can. Depending on the length of the programme you can run two, three or four live sessions in a day at no extra cost. So if you have a venue which can hold a large number of attendees, eg. 400 people per session and three sessions a day, it means that AKT can provide you with fantastic value for money.
What do you need to create a script and programme from scratch?
Depending on the complexity of the subject matter we might need to research various archives and reference materials. If possible, we would seek to interview the people involved in the incident and also review any incident reports which might be available. The more information we can gather, the more authentic and credible the final programme will be. And of course, all information is treated with complete confidentiality, as any of our clients will testify to.