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Propared Blog

Tips and Advice for Managers, Planners, and Event Production Professionals

June 16, 2015

Propared to Exhibit at InfoComm's Inaugural Innovation Showcase

Event tech startup, Propared presents revolutionary project management platform for live event professionals. Read the full press release below.

May 15, 2015

How Does Propared Work?

All of us at Propared are constantly looking for ways to make working life easier for our fellow live event professionals. This brand new infographic shows how easy it is to create Projects and collaborate with your people.

April 7, 2015

Transitioning into the Professional World

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March 26, 2015

Six Lessons from USITT - Kaitlyn Ackerman

Kaitlyn Ackerman, Professional Stage Manager and Propared Implementation Specialist.
March 17, 2015

Propared Interviews the Pros - Niklas Anderson

Nik Anderson - Designer, Manager, Electrician extraordinaire
January 30, 2015

Empowering Arts Educators

Finally - a little spotlight for arts educators across the country.

December 17, 2014

The Propared Value Set, Part 2

Last month, we started a series to give a bit more insight into why we on the Propared team do what we do. We shared how important it was for us to create tools that can potential extend the careers of our fellow live event professionals. Since then, we have publicly launched our application and are overwhelmed at the amazing feedback we are getting. So today, we offer another of our core principles that gets us out of bed.

November 20, 2014

Propared Interviews the Pros - LDI Edition

Marian Sandberg - Content Director, LDI
October 17, 2014

Propared Interviews the Pros: Frank Luppino of Blizzard Lighting

If you manage live events, you've likely heard of Blizzard Lighting. The LED manufacturer and distributor is one of the leading companies in the industry, providing high quality equipment for bands, production companies, clubs, theaters, churches, and more. 

But what you might not think about is that Blizzard, like almost all event production companies, works hard to establish a consistent framework for logistics tracking and scheduling. An event planner might be concerned with getting everything delivered to a single venue. The Blizzard team has to coordinate equipment shipped out to hundreds of facilities across the world. That takes a high level of management efficiency. 

September 10, 2014

Searching for Creative Inspiration

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