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ITR have a lot of hidden gems that you might not know about! So we have put together 10 facts that tell you a little bit more about us and let you in on things you could be missing out on.
We are one of a few who stock the 2.5mm Absen LED Wall.
We installed one of the largest high resolution screens ever at a UK exhibition!
Our Viper PC range is designed specifically for the events industry.
We offer virtual reality equipment for your events, including Oculus Rift.
LED walls don’t have to be rectangular. We can personalise the shape and design to suit you.
Our technical support line is open longer than our competitors, giving you our expertise from 6am-10pm Monday to Friday.
Our staff have a combined knowledge of over 321 years of industry experience.
Our equipment can be customised, opening up fantastic opportunities for branding and sponsorship.
We have been at our clients side to ensure exhibition, conference, training and event success over 50,236 times… and counting!
We are a consultative company. We help to make your life easier, ensuring the ITR experience runs as smoothly as possible.
IBC Amsterdam 2017 is the world of electronic media and technology, with over 1,700 international companies showcasing their latest innovations and specialist technologies. You can search for companies by product category and region, or view the full exhibitor list on the IBC Website.
As the Official IT and AV Supplier for IBC we will be supplying exhibitors with the most up to date IT and AV equipment for their exhibition
As well as IT and AV equipment we are also an Authorised Rental Partner for Apple. This means we have a large range of iPads, iMacs, MacBooks, iPhones, Mac Mini’s, Mac
We will also have a dedicated team of technicians and engineers on site for the duration of the event. They will be able to ensure your equipment is set-up and switched on ready to go at the start of each day and they will be on hand to help answer any questions or queries you may have throughout the event.
Give Hayley Woodall a call on 01952 686900 to discuss equipment and offers to suit your solution!
IT & AV hire makes sense when the equipment you need is only relevant to you for a short period of time doesn’t necessarily justify
Sourcing new IT or AV equipment can be a lengthy process when your budgets are tight and this usually involves compromising on specification and power. There's also other things to consider, such as hardware support and the possibility the solution isn't quite right for the job in hand. Maybe you just need additional hardware for
It goes without saying technology is integrated into our everyday lives and the way we communicate our message is more than important than ever, but as technology moves so fast, how can you expect to keep up?
We take a look at the reasons why hiring your IT & AV equipment might be the best solution.
24 hours of technical support and expertise
When renting your products from ITR you will be given dedicated technical support, 24 hours a day, from people who know exactly what they are doing.
Replacement machines will be given within 24 hours if any issues are to arise
If something were to happen to your machine whilst at an event, you will be given replacement machines as soon as possible, whereas with purchase your warranty could be void and it would take much longer to solve issues.
A range of products allows you to pick and choose items to suit your solution
You can choose from a wider range of items which will fit your budget, rather than spending a large amount of money on purchasing a lot of the same equipment.
You are in the position to hire as and when you need the products
Renting products means that you can change it up each time you need to use them, rather than using the same equipment over and over again.
You don’t have to worry about storing the kit in between jobs
If you are limited on space, then renting will ensure that you have somewhere to put the kit rather than leaving it out or in the way.
Organisation of transporting the goods throughout the UK
Capital is not always available to buy all the equipment you need, hiring is much more flexible
Rather than splashing out and spending huge amounts of money purchasing,
Software licenses are taken care of
We will take care of software licenses and also if you let us know beforehand, we can pre-install agreed software so your equipment is ready when it arrives at your door.
And last but not least…
Renting equipment means you always have the option of the most up to date products
Computers and technology will always eventually go out of date, let us worry about that, why not rent the most up to date technology each time! This means that you will always be able to keep up to date with your competitors.
Overall, hiring allows you to be flexible when budgets are tight and when you require the latest technology with
ITR are expanding at a rapid pace, therefore, we are looking to increase our freelance tech team across video, sound, and lighting. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the IT & AV industry and we are interested in techs of all experience levels.
If you are interested please email your contact details, along with a brief overview of your skills and your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!
As Leading Audio Visual Specialists, we are expanding our ever growing team and have appointed Chris Cox as our new Technical Director.
Previously, Chris worked for Colledge AV as the Managing Director for 10 years and has been in the industry for over 20 years.
Chris brings a wealth of experience to ITR and will help further increase our technical expertise in the audio visual marketplace.
With a huge choice of event spaces throughout Europe, it can be incredibly difficult to choose the best venue for your event. You want to stand out in
Inside The Eden Project are hundreds of plants, collected from a range of climates and environments from around the globe. You can hold your event in the World's largest indoor rainforest, what a conversation piece! If you're into sustainability, The Eden Project is incredibly environmentally friendly as well as being exceptionally beautiful.
2. Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Montreux, Switzerland
This stunning hotel built in 1906 is situated next to Lake Geneva, boasting unbeatable views
3. MiCo, Milan
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Milan Congressi can cater for up to an astounding 18,000 people over around 70 conference rooms. Situated in downtown Milan, the venue has
4. La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris
This historical building is located in the heart of Paris. It features an auditorium and a VIP area on the 7th floor stuns with mind-blowing views of the city. The first image is of the historical foyer which can accommodate cocktails for up to 150 people and dinner for up to 100.
5. Martin's Chateau Du Lac, Genval, Belgium
This lakeside castle venue can accommodate up to 3,180 people in its 22 meeting rooms. They also offer an exquisite menu and administrative services.
6. Amfora Congress Centre, Croatia
The Amfora Congress Centre is located in Hvar, a Croatian Island. This heavenly event space houses business conferences, professional gatherings, team
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What better place to host your event on a rooftop with panoramic of one of the most beautiful cities in the World! Holding your event here will be one to remember, holding up to 90 guests for a banquet or 140 for cocktails.
8. The Westin Excelsior, Florence
Hold your meeting
8. Shangri-La, London
Back in the UK is
All of us feel completely unmotivated sometimes, but for a lot of
• Sleep, sleep, sleep! It is one of the things we need most to be successful.
Social Media is now one of the biggest and best ways to market events, it helps people feel involved and will increase the excitement leading up to your event. By making a social media platform for your event, it gives attendees the chance to interact
• Ask questions after the event so people can voice their opinions, you can create content with this to share for the next event or just to keep the event buzz alive.
There are other ways to help attendees at events, other than creating a buzz on social media; they also need to be able to travel to your event! This can be difficult for some people as they may not have the links etc, so here are ’10 Critical Tips to Stay on Track With Event Transportation.’
If this Monday morning is dragging you down and you’re feeling a little uninspired, you are not alone! We’re here to help with ‘9 Ideas to Spice up Your Workshop or Training and Engage Your Audience.’ It is hard to be a great teacher; I imagine that when we were all at school there was a teacher we just happened to dislike for wanting to help us learn, so when holding a training event you want to be liked and listened to. Here are some tips to help you there.
• Make sure that if someone has a good idea or suggestion, that you praise them. If you recognise their efforts it will boost their morale.
Try to make your workshop fun and unforgettable. Attendees will appreciate and learn more when there is ‘doing’ involved, rather than just sitting and listening. Try a survey at the end to see what they thought and then perhaps you can change your training session for the better next time. Ways to spice up your workshop include changing up the way the venue looks and feels for attendees.
Here at ITR we’re interested in the thoughts and insights from event industry suppliers, customers and experts on what this year has in store, so we have produced a document of 51 Predictions for the Events Industry in 2016. We’re going to share one a day with you for the next 51 days, here’s one from Will Poole,
Here at ITR we’re interested in the thoughts and insights from event industry suppliers, customers and experts on what this year has in store, so we have produced a document of 51 Predictions for the Events Industry in 2016. We’re going to share one a day with you for the next 51 days, here’s one from Peter Kerwood, Concerto.
Here at ITR we’re interested in the thoughts and insights from event industry suppliers, customers and experts on what this year has in store, so we have produced a document of 51 Predictions for the Events Industry in 2016. We’re going to share one a day with you for the next 51 days, here’s one from John Houchin, Pylon One.
• Have your speakers’ change their ways a little by shortening their speech time to encourage more questions from attendees.
• There must be a healthy menu, with everyone turning vegan and all!
Here at ITR we’re interested in the thoughts and insights from event industry suppliers, customers and experts on what this year has in store, so we have produced a document of 51 Predictions for the Events Industry in 2016. We’re going to share one a day with you for the next 51 days, here’s one from Dan Orchard, Blue-i.
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