Creative Concept Curation

Every event we design is completely unique.
And every design we create is based on the
initial concept.

All roads lead back to the concept. Concepting is at the heart and start of every event. It is only once we have a definite understanding of your event or project that we can begin to plan it.

That is why it’s essential for us to thoroughly understand our client’s vision from the very beginning. And it’s why we choose our clients carefully.

Although we are happy to take the lead in designing a concept for your event, we prefer to work closely with you to develop the concept collaboratively. That way it greatly reduces the risk of delays and frustration down the line due to miscommunication.

Our process of concepting starts normally with a kick-off meeting with our internal resources to discuss the brief. At this stage, we might begin to sketch out ideas and produce some initial 3D designs.

While the visual creative is developing, our project team will be conceptualising some timelines, deliverables and other key project milestones in order to take this forwards to the next stage.


 It’s a fine line between pushing the boundaries of what’s possible to make an impact
and pushing the boundaries of
what’s tasteful to make a point.

Creative Event Concept Examples

Having been producing events and projects as Okoru for nearly 10 years, we have honed this skill to enable us to quickly gather the information we need to put forward our proposals, both creatively and technically to ensure a timely move from initial concept to tangible design.

Our design team have produced some inspired event concepts. From raising brand awareness to experiential marketing stunts through to pop-ups, festivals and fairs.

Concepting is one area where its very easy to get carried away and caught up in the latest trends and fads. Trying to be fashionable or different for the sake of it is an easy trap to fall into. We transcend this by allowing for genuinely creative ideas to come to light through collaborative discussion and process.

To prove that we know how to walk that line take a look at examples of our past events.

And then why not look for inspiration from amongst our range of services.