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Audiovisual (AV)

"Audiovisual" refers to the combination of both auditory (audio) and visual elements in an event or presentation. It encompasses various technologies and components that contribute to the overall experience of the audience. In the context of events, audiovisual elements play a crucial role in delivering information, creating ambiance, and engaging attendees. 

What is AV?

"Audiovisual" refers to the combination of both auditory (audio) and visual elements in an event or presentation. It encompasses various technologies and components that contribute to the overall experience of the audience. In the context of events, audiovisual elements play a crucial role in delivering information, creating ambiance, and engaging attendees. Here are some key components of audiovisual aspects in events:

  1. Sound Systems: This includes microphones, speakers, and other audio equipment to ensure clear and effective communication. It's essential for both the speakers and the audience to hear and understand the content.

  2. Visual displays: This involves screens, projectors, and other display technologies for showcasing presentations, videos, slideshows, or any visual content relevant to the event.

  3. Lighting: Lighting design is crucial for setting the mood, highlighting key elements, and ensuring visibility. It can create a dynamic and engaging atmosphere during performances, presentations, or ceremonies.

  4. Project mapping: In some events, projection mapping is used to project visuals onto surfaces, creating immersive and interactive experiences.

  5. Live streaming: With the increasing prevalence of virtual and hybrid events, live streaming is an important audiovisual element. It allows people to participate remotely and expands the reach of the event.

  6. Stage design: The design of the stage or presentation area is another aspect. It includes the layout, backdrop, and any additional visual elements that contribute to the overall aesthetics.

  7. Technical support: Having a team of audiovisual professionals to handle the setup, operation, and troubleshooting of equipment is crucial to ensure a seamless event.

  8. Interactive technologies: Some events incorporate interactive technologies, such as touchscreens, virtual reality (VR), or augmented reality (AR), to engage attendees in unique ways.

Checklist

• Microphones – Do they need to be wired or wireless, lavaliere, table or floor stands?

• In-house lighting – Adjustable in every room? Supplemental lighting needed?

• In-house sound system, or supplemental needed?

• Portable sound system required, or is in-house system sufficient?

• Mixer board(s) – How many?

• Electrical supply sufficient, or additional needed?

• Video cameras – How many?

• Desktop – Laptop computers? How many?

• Podium – How many? With or without microphone(s)? What is the ideal size?

• Two-way radios – Reception capabilities in all areas?

• Projectors – Built-in, or special order?

• Technicians – Camera, lights, sound, projection?

• Screens – What size? How many? What type?

Internal company events

General information
Certainly! An internal company event is a gathering or activity organized for the employees within a company. It could include meetings, team-building exercises, training sessions, or social events aimed at fostering a positive work environment, improving collaboration, and enhancing employee engagement.

Do's

  • Have the product in the back of your mind while making your proposal. From venue to catering, and AV to entertainment. 


Don'ts

  • Being too focused on 'just getting the event over with'. A lot of people can 'just' plan an event, but we focus on delivering events according to our core values (pro activity, innovation, top notch service, trustworthiness, creativity). 


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Example events

Siemens

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