New Technisch Service: Live Social Media Coverage for Events

Want to take your company or association’s message beyond the walls of your meeting space and out into the world? Social media tools like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn are a highly effective way to increase your company’s visibility, engage with stakeholders, and gain new followers. Chances are, attendees at your conference are posting actively […]

A Newbie Behind the Scenes: My First Time on Headset!

I’ve worked as an event planner since the early 1990’s, producing fundraising, corporate and social events, but the technical production side has always been a mystery to me. When venues asked me about my a/v requirements, I never quite knew what I needed, and I definitely had no idea what those wizards in black in […]

Women in Event Production: Jamie Jacobs

Our series on powerhouse women working in event technology continues with Jamie Jacobs, a Video Engineer based in Orlando, Florida. Jamie taught show production and live audio production courses at Full Sail for two years, and now works independently producing corporate, academic, and music shows in the Orlando area. We caught up with her to […]

RFP Checklist: How to Develop an A/V Services RFP for your event

For meeting and event planners new to working with audiovisual services, it’s often hard to know what you need. You have a good idea in your head of what you’d like the event to look like, the material you want to share, and how the speakers should be presented.  But translating that into a service […]

3 reasons to bring your own A/V team for a hotel event

It’s a little known secret in the meetings and conventions industry: meeting planners don’t have to use the hotel’s in-house provider for their audiovisual needs when holding an event. Major convention hotels have in-house providers, outside companies who keep equipment at the hotel for use during meetings, and many think these companies have a monopoly […]