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Tickets for the 2018 AV Technology Europe Awards are now on sale

Michael Garwood 6 December 2017

Early bird prices now available ahead of the February 7th ceremony during ISE in Amsterdam next year 

Tickets for the first ever AV Technology Europe Awards – to be held in Amsterdam, February 7th during ISE- are now available to buy online.

The Awards, which have been created exclusively to celebrate the achievements from people and companies in the end user AV community, will take place at the Café-restaurant Dauphine (Prins Bernhardplein 175
1097 BL Amsterdam) – just a seven minute taxi ride from the RAI, or a 20 minute walk. Entries for the Awards are now closed. Those shortlisted will be announced next week ahead of the judging process.

The evening will begin at 6:30pm with a drinks reception and canapés, with the awards taking place from 8-9pm. After part celebrations will then continue until 11pm.

In addition to the opportunity to have your name up in lights and a shiny engraved winners trophy to take back to the office – the event will also be a great opportunity to network with others in the AV community attending ISE.

Mark Burton, MD, NewBay commented: “This new event will provide great networking opportunities at ISE whilst also recognising innovation and achievements in AV throughout end-user businesses. We look forward to welcoming all of our guests and short-listed entries there.”

The agenda

6:30pm: Drinks Reception & Canapes
7:30pm: Welcome Speech
8:00pm: AV Technology Europe Awards
9:00pm: After Party Celebrations
11:00pm: Carriages

Tickets for the Awards are priced at €79 as part of an early bird offer, when purchased before December 31st. Standard ticket prices purchased thereafter are €99.

Tickets can be purchased through our dedicated AV Technology Europe Awards website, which can be accessed here.

If you’re interested in exploring sponsorship opportunities, please click here or contact Becky Hancock, Head of Events Marketing at NewBay on bhancock@nbmedia.com

“Interest in the AV Technology Europe Awards has been overwhelming,” commented Becky. “From the conversations we’ve had and the entries we received, it’s clear there is a desire from the end user community for an awards event created 100 per cent in recognition of their hard work. It’s lining up to be a great night.”

 

 

 

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