REMEMBER: Presentations and events are all about creating an impression, and you only get one chance.
Great care must be taken when trimming the conference budget NOT to skimp on the critical items.  If you are comparing prices, remember, you must compare like with like.  In most cases cheaper solutions are less effective.
Please consult us early in the planning stage of your event. Our trained staff,  will save you time and money!
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Some of the things we care about - the subtle difference between success and failure.
Consider Technical Support Take pity on your presenters.  Consider having a Technical Operator on site. A presenter talking to an informal gathering of twenty people, operating their own presentation is fine. For a large audience, no presenter could be expected to fade lights, play tapes or CD's, operate a notebook computer and still make a coherent speech. A Technical Operator, on site, can handle all the switching and button-pushing for you. The resulting presentation will be far more polished. An on site operator is also trained to handle technical emergencies.  This may be as simple as a member of the audience kicking out the power cord, but given the stress of the moment, it takes a level-headed expert to get things moving again. Rehearse Everything Some presenters like to turn up five minutes before they go on. Make them arrive early and rehearse.  Professionals always rehearse it is only the amateurs who don't rehearse!
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 Consider Technical Support Take pity on your presenters.  Consider having a Technical Operator on site. A presenter talking to an informal gathering of twenty people, operating their own presentation is fine. For a large audience, no presenter could be expected to fade lights, play tapes or CD's, operate a notebook computer and still make a coherent speech. A Technical Operator, on site, can handle all the switching and button-pushing for you. The resulting presentation will be far more polished. An on site operator is also trained to handle technical emergencies.  This may be as simple as a member of the audience kicking out the power cord, but given the stress of the moment, it takes a level-headed expert to get things moving again. Rehearse Everything Some presenters like to turn up five minutes before they go on. Make them arrive early and rehearse.  Professionals always rehearse it is only the amateurs who don't rehearse!
Helpful Hints - for your next event
BACK TO HOME INDEX
© A V Corporate Pty Ltd 2015 All material presented on this website is copyright and cannot be reproduced without permission.
AV Corporate Audio Visual Services - Coffs Coast - Logo
 Consider Technical Support Take pity on your presenters.  Consider having a Technical Operator on site. A presenter talking to an informal gathering of twenty people, operating their own presentation is fine. For a large audience, no presenter could be expected to fade lights, play tapes or CD's, operate a notebook computer and still make a coherent speech. A Technical Operator, on site, can handle all the switching and button-pushing for you. The resulting presentation will be far more polished. An on site operator is also trained to handle technical emergencies.  This may be as simple as a member of the audience kicking out the power cord, but given the stress of the moment, it takes a level-headed expert to get things moving again. Rehearse Everything Some presenters like to turn up five minutes before they go on. Make them arrive early and rehearse.  Professionals always rehearse it is only the amateurs who don't rehearse!
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