大型活動對於加速改善現有環境或建立新的基礎設施是至關重要的。因此，至關重要的是要有協調和管理活動領導人之間的技能，使這些機構和改進是根據具體活動的總體範圍和性質。特定於事件的基礎設施包括爲運行事件而建立的元素，以及用於啓用服務的基礎設施(Knott et al. 2015)。這些服務可以是國際、區域或當地活動的可訪問性以及隨活動類別的不同而變化。就國際體育賽事而言，場地內的基礎設施普遍分佈，體育設施佔絕大多數。
在每一個大型活動中都能感受到強大的影響力，這是因爲利益相關者羣體的整體背景。建立不同的夥伴關係是有益的，可以包括私人和公共組織(Jago et al. 2010)。此外，這還包括國際組織與參與者之間的關係，以及監督和分配活動的監督組織之間的關係。
Ensuring Improvement in Services and Infrastructure Specific to the Mega-Event
Mega-events are crucial for accelerating the improvement in the currently established environment or the establishment of new infrastructure. Hence, it is crucial to have skills of coordination and management among event leaders such that these establishments and improvements are made in accordance with the overall scope and nature of a specific event. Infrastructure specific to event include the elements established to run the event along with an infrastructure for enabling services (Knott et al. 2015). These services can be international, regional or local accessibility of event and variations with the category of event. In case of international sports events, there is general distribution of infrastructure throughout the location and in majority form the facilities of sports.
Foster an Environment based on Innovation
Innovation is a crucial factor that drives and results from the mega- events. In order to host a mega- event, there is a requirement of mentality driven by innovation that has to be present across the city already. By the innovative plan and approach of establishing a mega- event with new categories of transportation, energy systems and green building, several opportunities are crucial while testing innovations not only in terms of technology and science, but also in terms of education and culture (Müller 2015).
Private- Public Alliances at Multiple Levels
The ability perceived in each and every mega- event for having a strong influence is because of the overall context of the stakeholder groups. The establishment of different partnership is beneficial and can be inclusive of private and public organizations (Jago et al. 2010). Also, this includes the relationship between international organizations and participants, and relationship between oversight organizations for overseeing and assigning the events.