OnePlan, the event planning software specifically for outdoor events, will be showcasing its unique solution on stand 46 in the Exhibition Hall at The Showman's Show.
Used by over 3,000 events worldwide, OnePlan is the ultimate way to map, design and manage outdoor events and festivals. It combines the best characteristics of CAD with the most up-to-date choice of high-resolution maps in one easy-to-use platform. Simply place and move items to design your event site.
OnePlan will be providing demonstrations and onboarding support at its stand throughout the two days of the show along with top tips to help you map, plan and manage outdoor events effectively.
This includes how you can collaborate in real-time with your team, partners and all stakeholders to plan safe and successful events. How to add supplier information and export an automated bill of quantities covering everything you need. How to liaise with local authorities and security services directly in your event plan. And more.
The platform has all the tools you need, including arrival and exit modelling, social distancing calculators, crowd management, traffic management and more. Plan in your choice of map, create routes and areas, and select from hundreds of objects to design your event plan including barriers, fencing, stages, toilets, parking, campsites and more.
At The Showman's Show you can ask its event experts about any part of the system, and for any guidance you may need on designing your event site. OnePlan can be used to plan events of any type and size.
Shrewsbury Folk Festival say, "We love OnePlan! It's helped us to identify a completely different way to use our site and the most efficient way to get full capacity whilst social distancing."
Events agency Pont3 say, "The tools and features are so easy to use - it has everything we need. OnePlan increases our efficiency, which helps us create more profitable events."
And The Cheese and Chilli Festival say, "With OnePlan you can create accurate, detailed and professional-looking event plans without the need for a degree or design engineer."