Event Services Production Company
Our event services production company works collaboratively with meeting planners, associations, nonprofit organizations, event producers, and exhibit designers to deliver exceptional experiences, life-long memories, and lasting relationships.
With offices in Boston and Denver, we support events across the country and around the globe. And, like you, we believe your show is the most important show happening anywhere in the world.
It takes a trusted behind-the-scenes team to create the magic that unfolds onstage. Great live production involves detailed planning and precise execution. Our technicians, engineers, and media producers use advanced AV technology to achieve your goals and engage your audience. As our clients can attest, our passion shows.
Why Choose Our Event Services Production Company
Local Presence, Global Reach
With offices and event production studios in Boston and Denver, our geographic footprint enables us to provide the highest quality service to our clients across the country.
Through our membership in AV Alliance and the Event Production Network (EPN), we’re part of a global network of 100+ event production experts throughout North America and around the world.
AV Alliance and EPN are highly selective professional organizations of top-tier audio visual specialists. Membership is limited to audio visual service companies that can meet exacting standards with independent inspectors regularly assessing the quality offered by member companies directly on event sites.
We're a charter member of the Rental & Staging Network (now known as Event Production Network) based in the US, and the AV Alliance headquartered in Zurich. AV Alliance and EPN make up a global network of leading audio visual firms driven by a shared ambition to provide only the highest quality AV technology and event production expertise, service, and support.
By collaborating with the world’s best audio visual companies, AVFX is able to ensure consistency of staff, service, and quality across the US, Europe and Asia.
Event Technology Pioneers
We’re pioneers in the event technology industry and are credited with many firsts in the industry. We recognize that event technology is only as good as the people who run it. Our technicians know our equipment better than anybody. We continuously hone our skills through cross-training and participation in technical training on a range of event technologies. We own and meticulously maintain a large inventory of event technologies and regularly add new gear to stay ahead of the curve.
We have the right people operating the right technology to make your event design exactly what you imagined and to ensure you communicate your message to your audience exactly the way you envisioned.
Great Companies Have Great Stories
In 2021, Boston-based AVFX acquired Denver-based CEAVCO. This acquisition combined two powerful event technology companies into one cohesive business, enabling both companies to expand their geographic footprint and better serve our clients across the country.
Both AVFX and CEAVCO were founded by industry thought leaders.
In 1961 Jack Emerson built CEAVCO with the goals of creating a great workplace and providing outstanding customer support. He developed a lifelong reputation for honoring his vision and doing the right thing. Jack's vision is still at the core of CEAVCO's success.
In 1989 Jack's son Matt joined the company as VP of Finance. In 2013 he became the Company's Executive Vice President. Then in 2013, he was named President. Today he is the CEO of AVFX.
In 1981, Murray Lapides founded Media 1, Inc., (now AVFX) to meet the increasing demand for high-quality audio visual and staging services. From the very start, AVFX was client focused, listening to clients, striving to understand the goals they wanted to achieve, and providing exactly what those clients needed.
Murray’s foresight made AVFX first-to-market with many event technologies that have been widely adopted by the industry. For example, AVFX was one of the first companies in the country to use “wow factor” technologies like projection mapping and large flexible LED tile displays to engage and motivate audiences.