FIVE-YEAR AGREEMENT ALIGNS CONVENTION CENTRE WITH INNOVATIVE EVENT TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
(CALGARY, AB) – May 3, 2018
FMAV is pleased to announce it has been named as the in-house audio visual partner for the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre (CTCC).
“We’re thrilled to formalize our relationship with the CTCC team and look forward to partnering with such a progressive thinking facility,” said Bill Brown, President and CEO, FMAV. “Through this partnership, we look forward to creating exceptional event experiences for clients and their participants through the delivery of innovative event technology services.”
FMAV maintains a two decade long track record in Alberta in event staging and production as well as providing in-house audio visual services in 23 venues across Canada.
A venue committed to exceptional service, the CTCC facilitates and hosts events that connect people. Clients choose CTCC because they help people converse, learn, grow, celebrate, discover, share and experience what’s important to them.
“We look forward to this new relationship with FMAV as we take an exciting step toward the future of our facility,” said Clark Grue, President and CEO of CTCC. “We are committed to delivering a strong customer experience, and together with FMAV, we’ll invest in better technical support for clients and align technology trends with our vision to provide innovative offerings.”
FMAV will provide audio visual services for meetings, conventions and trade shows over a five-year contract and has committed to deliver best in class meeting and convention services.
FMAV is the audiovisual and event technology company for people who plan meetings and live events. As the largest independent audiovisual firm in Canada, FMAV has more than 250 staff across seven offices from coast to coast, including Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax. For more information, visit fmav.ca.
About the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre
The Calgary TELUS Convention Centre is focused on enhancing the services that we provide well beyond the venue—to create a place and experience that supports all events for people to convene, connect and converse together. What started as a central location for coming together has grown into a next generation of convention services and experiences.
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