It's been non-stop this month here at Cleartech Live.
With crews working in South Wales, North Wales, Glasgow, London and Germany, we've certainly been kept busy. But we’ve loved every second of it.
This month we were able to work on some excellent events with fantastic clients in a variety of venues. This month saw the AAC awards in Celtic Manor, Newport, South Wales, which was an exciting awards night that felt like the Oscars. Hosted by the articulate Jamie Owen, this captivating venue had more tech on it than I can list.
We worked in City Hall, Cardiff, for a series of superb events and presentations. Our 21st century technology works seamlessly within the Edwardian Baroque architecture, of this 108 year-old building. We catered towards the clients needs in the main seminar room with high definition projection and a series of smaller breakout rooms.
The Royal College of Nursing held their annual Nurse of the Year Awards at the City Hall, where they gave recognition to Nurses within Wales across a range of categories. It was a very glamorous event and it was amazing to see so many hard-working, caring, unsung heroes within the nursing community.
On a cold, wet and windy night, Bryn Meadows played host to the Caerphilly Business Awards 2014. There were some excellent finalists and £1000 was raised for Tŷ Hafan through an auction. We created a simple but effective stage with two repeater screens and a stationary camera. The lights were glittering in the charming and elegant venue and we also had a four speaker PA system carrying the moving words of the ever-eloquent Jamie Owen.
As a company we strive to provide the latest technology for our clients. We remain at the forefront of Interactive Voting Technology but also invest in equipment with the most potential. This past month we have supplied a video wall for an exhibition in Germany and constructed sets in Scotland.