AVFX Blog

Amy LaRocca — A fresh point of view.

“I was surprised to learn everyone has standards. High standards.” “It wasn’t that I was shocked, because I knew about the reputation for quality, but I didn’t think about it until I saw how people work together on site.” Amy came to AVFX with event planning experience having dealt with vendors on a range of projects from simple open

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Tech Showcase 2014 Video

See a sample of what happened over three evenings in early September. We gathered a group of planners, designers, clients and technical directors to look at some interesting A/V tech. It was a great show of comparisons, technology being used in show situations and new techniques to consider. If you want more information on the SEVEN

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Harmony -vs- Dissonance — A Unique Summit Meeting

We recently staged the Universal Hospital Services Summit 2014 in Phoenix, which turned out to be a unique experience for us. Unique, because it’s rare to see such synergy between the event producer, Live Marketing, the client and the facilitators. The client’s Chief Human Resources Officer selected a group to facilitate a one-day workshop within a three-day Business Summit

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AVFX Tech Showcase Sept 2-4

We always learn from gathering professionals together and sharing an experience. Everyone has their own ideas how technology can be used to move audiences. Join colleagues and peers from many companies to network, experience and discuss how these technologies can be used with your audiences. Please pick a day and let us know you’re coming to visit

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Let the booth guests tell you their story. — FIVE Smart Steps

At EXHIBITOR2014, Live Marketing was on a mission to help attendees bring the future of their trade show and event program strategies into focus. To engage and educate, they designed an interactive experience for attendees to create their own personalized Engagement Snapshot. AVFX supplied the array of screens and worked closely with Live Marketing to

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Create an Immersive Medley of Screens — SNMMI 2014

The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) 2014 Meeting brought together thousands of nuclear medicine physicians, scientists, pharmacists, laboratory professionals, and technologists. These attendees are generally very knowledgeable about current imaging technologies, however, they were also interested in learning more about current and future innovations. This audience is both very sophisticated and very

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Surround your audience with love (and projectors).

The nearly 1,000 guests who attended the sold-out fundraising event at the Westin Boston Waterfront, included actors, politicians, celebrities including an American Idol-winner who gave a special live performance in tribute to the honorees. This annual event raises funds for research, patient care, education and community outreach programs at one of Boston’s most prestigious hospitals.

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TEDxCambridge Videos #2 — Tobias Otting

AVFX is very proud of the effort we put into TEDxCambridge 2014 and now the videos are ready for you to view. Take a look at author and speaker Tobias Otting who wondered why since everyone has a voice, not everyone uses it. He feels strongly that if we don’t speak up, the future will pass us by. RELATED POST: See

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TEDxCambridge Video #1 — Tom Asacker

AVFX is very proud of the effort we put into TEDxCambridge 2014 and now the videos are ready for you to view. Take a look at author and speaker Tom Asacker who wondered why so many people watch TED talks and yet so few change their behaviors as a result. His answer? That only one

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Boston Scientific Video Displays

Boston Scientific opened its new global headquarters on July 1, 2014 and AVFX installed the audiovisual infrastructure in their new lobby. See the following quote from the Boston Globe. Boston Scientific moves to Marlborough headquarters By Robert Weisman | GLOBE STAFF JULY 02, 2014 The new headquarters lobby, dubbed the Beehive, is meant to convey “a sense

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