Event technology

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Event Technology help & expertise

One of the potentially most problematic elements of an event is the event technology side, both in the planning stage and live onsite.

From apps, basic and specialist AV, Virtual Reality, mobile content etc, etc, it is inevitable that a some event technology is required at even the most basic of meetings.  Event technology can hugely enhance an event, including optimising content delivery, creating themes and experiences with sound and lighting and also facilitate delegate and audience engagement before, during and after an event. Get it wrong and you may be looking at an event disaster.

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Most of us are without a specialist degree in this area, unable to keep up to date with the latest trends or simply blinded by the science.  Common questions include: What is required?  How much will it cost? What wifi specification is required?  What can the venue provide?  Do we need external suppliers/specialists? How can we test so that everything goes right on the day?

At Hotel Desk our team consists of experienced event managers from both corporate and venue backgrounds, and we have hands on experience of managing thousands of live events and can breakdown the fear factor and lack of understanding surrounding technology. We have considerable in house expertise on AV, production and equipment to help our clients make informed decisions on technology requirements even at the concept stage. We can channel these requirements to potential venues to assess what their in-house capabilities are, advise if specialist providers are required and help source these at the best price.

This is all part of our free venue finding & event supplier booking services and can help you avoid expensive event management fees to source and manage these services.

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