Breaking the drought

Launching the first of its kind in South Africa, an experiential design studio, Rain Productions, has broken the tradition of focusing on event management through mastering the business of creating memorable guest experiences. Whether these are personal milestones or branded experiences, Rain Productions will provide a full service "experience management" facility, from conceptualisation through to design and implementation.
With the latest equipment, trained crew members and special 3D software, the company is able to provide clients with tailor-made experiences that meet their individual needs.

Founded by brothers Etienne and Emile Erasmus, who together boast four years of international event management and nine years of design experience, Rain Productions has won various impressive contracts within its first few months of operation. This includes contracts for the 2008 5fm Fireman's Ball, BAT launch parties, Mzansi store launches, Looney Tunez parties, international New Year's Eve events and an international fashion show.

With revolutionary stretch-wall installations, contemporary furnishings and a dazzling movable LED wall capable of displaying 16.7 million colours (controlled via DMX), Rain Productions strives to broaden the boundaries of the South African eventing industry.

Backed by top local technical company, XGX Productions, Rain Productions offers state-of-the-art conceptualisation, event design and experience management.

For more information about the company, visit: www.rainproductions.co.za.

4 Feb 2009 16:20

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