International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has expanded and upgraded its technology inventory with a $1.53 million investment in new audio visual equipment.
The investment builds on the venue’s recently expanded range of 1.9 millimetre pitch modular and customisable LED screens.
“ICC Sydney was purpose-built to cater for the changing architecture of meetings and through this investment it has evolved its event delivery capability to execute even better world class services for our diverse network of clients and visitors,” said ICC Sydney CEO Geoff Donaghy.
ICC Sydney director of AV services Brian Nash said the additional equipment ensures the venue remains at the forefront of the industry.
“Innovation is built into our DNA. With this significant advancement of our already expansive equipment inventory, managed by our extraordinary team of passionate, experienced and agile people, ICC Sydney reaffirms its commitment to support clients’ success through the events we deliver for them every day,” he said.
“We thrive on creating flawless in person event experiences that inspire the imagination and we want to ensure every visitor is impressed every time they attend an event at ICC Sydney.”
Nash said ICC Sydney will also continue supporting the next generation of technical professionals with vocational training.
“Adding to the learning and development opportunities available to the team through ICC Sydney’s Academy of Extraordinary, we are proud to have recently collaborated with vocational education providers to on-board seven AV trainees as part of our inaugural Professional Growth Traineeship Program,” he said.