Women in Event Production: Dani Wells

Meet this week’s Women in Event Production Highlight: Dani Wells Dani is an AV Tech freelancer that works with over a dozen AV companies, and doubles as a recording artist on the side. Her AV career began in 1999 working with popular Orlando meeting spots like the Marriott World Center, JW Marriott and the Ritz Carlton. […]

Event Ideas for the Fall

Entertainment- Celebrities are everywhere! With the ever growing popularity of reality television shows, particularly those that showcase talent like America’s Got Talent and The Voice, acts that have been available for meetings and events for years have now become household names. Think of Olate Dogs, Puddles Pity Party, or Darci Lynn. Would your audience like […]

Women in Event Production: Nancy Hart, Zoom.7 Meetings and Events

Nancy Hart works as a Producer with Zoom7, a nationwide event production company. Nancy began her career in the world of theatre then transitioned into live events as a project manager, producer, and stage manager during the 1980’s. With 30 years of experience in event production and management, Nancy is a true professional that brings […]

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 […]

Power Play Part 2

    Ok, now down to what event planners really want to know, what does all this Power stuff mean to me? In Part 1 of the Power blog, we  touched on three-phase power. I’m sure you’ve had people tell you “I need a 200 Amp, three-phase, 220 service.” This means you will need three […]