Kollaboration's Core Teams
The Creative Team is responsible for the generation of all media and creative collateral for the city’s projects that are in line with the Kollaboration brand and mission. The teams output include video, graphic design, multimedia, and photographic assets which will be used to support marketing, public relations, and event efforts.
The Marketing Team is responsible for all marketing efforts of the city team’s projects. The Marketing Team will create and execute marketing campaigns to boost awareness for Kollaboration, promote Kollaboration artists, and support event attendance/ticket sales.
The Community Relations Team is responsible for the community building efforts of the city team, actively looking for opportunities to generate goodwill and awareness in the local and campus communities. The community relations team builds relationship with local campus, arts, and APA organizations and coordinates opportunities to further the Kollaboration mission and provide support to the local APA community.
The Talent Relations Team is responsible for managing the city’s roster of artists and alumni. They are responsible for scouting and identifying new talent as well as recommend talent for the city team’s events and programs. Talent Relations also acts as point of contact for talent to learn about upcoming performance opportunities.
The Programs Team in responsible for taking the lead in project managing all city events and programs. They are the “front of house” component of Kollaboration events, ensuring the audience facing elements are executed flawlessly. Examples of program elements are: Ticketing, Meet & Greets, Vendor Management, Red Carpets, Merchandising, Sponsorship Activations, etc.
The Production Team is responsible for overseeing the technical and stage management duties of the city’s events and programs. Production owns all call sheets and takes the lead in communicating with venue crew and artists to ensure that all technical requirements are met and that the production runs smoothly.
The Sponsorship Team is responsible for pitching local Kollaboration events and programs to potential sponsors to bring in financial or program support. The team sources potential sponsorship contacts from networking or global contacts. They will also act as the point of contact for sponsors who wish to establish a relationship with Kollaboration through multiple events.
The Operations Team is responsible for overseeing the internal administration and operations of the city team. Internal operations include setting up meetings and agendas, documenting minutes, recruiting and developing staff, managing city finances, and keeping track of internal reporting and communications.