Cutting edge communications and classic cars
01 November 2011
Businesses and organisations looking to fight their way through the recession are being invited to a unique communications event in the Midlands on Tuesday 22 November.
Technology specialist Saville Audio Visual is to stage Technology in Action - a one-off audio visual day at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, close to the M40 and home to the world's greatest collection of classic British Cars.
Visitors will experience the latest AV products and communication solutions and meet leading manufacturers in one of the most attractive and convenient venues in the Midlands.
In addition to an extensive exhibition of new equipment and on-going product demonstrations, visitors can join a series of short, expert seminars. These include Cost Saving & Carbon Reduction with Video Conferencing, Interactive Meeting Room Environments and an amazing demonstration of 3D Projection for industrial, commercial and educational applications. Visitors will also have the chance to win an Apple iPad2 and a Land Rover 4x4 Driving Experience in a free draw.
Saville regional technical manager, Rob Hill said: “Technology is changing so quickly that it’s increasingly difficult to stay abreast. From high definition projection to face-to-face conferencing with mobile tablets like iPad and Blackberry, the potential of current business tools can be bewildering. This is the opportunity to get up to speed in a single day”.
The event is guaranteed to provide a valuable insight into ways of improving the effectiveness of your organisation’s communications, significantly reducing your carbon footprint and eliminating travel costs. Admission is free to pre-registered visitors and prompt registration is strongly recommended.
For details visit www.saville-av.com/heritage, phone 01904 606767 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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