Audio visual services for venues
Based in Oxford and Buckinghamshire means we are perfectly situated support and rectify AV solutions for venues surrounding; Oxford, Bucks and west London.
Venue services are split into three distinct area's;
Technical / service support:
If you would like to know more about our cost effective venue support solutions or would like to take the correct approach to having a non closed AV system in place, please contact us so we can help put the control back in your hands and away from the service contracts.
We can offer venues a cost effective "per hour" solution to supporting a venue, whether that's an event or just changing over a lamp in a projector. By booking our AV technicians it also means you have access to our backup equipment & service if required, which means extra mics, laptops, camera's and people can be added at the drop of the hat. Events can be stressful so by offering an amazing team and backup we hope to reduce the stress.
We already support numerous amazing venues, give us a try to see why they stick with us.
We have been in many venues, large and small - High tech and lo tech and they all have the same issues - responsibility. Either the wrong department is in charge or no one with adequate knowledge is in charge. This can create all manner of issues, from broken equipment not being diagnosed quickly and effectively and equipment being stored / used incorrectly reducing its effective lifespan.
We can help organise, repair and increase the lifespan of your equipment. increasing the effectiveness of your space and reducing headaches in-between
Working with our partners and venues we have successfully implemented "intelligent" systems that are not closed - this means the system can be expanded and improved upon over time.
The nature of the AV market is generally to install overly complicated AV systems in an attempt to get the expensive service contract afterwards. With our partners we aim to make the system open, clean and accessible for competent people, thus saving on costs and lost revenues on failed events