Microhire has been appointed as the in-house partner for CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park, which is set to open its doors in September.
The CENTREPIECE appointment is the second major win for Microhire this year having recently secured the agreement to provide in-house audio visual for events and conferences held at the newly opened W Melbourne.
“Our commitment to investing in cutting-edge technology operated by our incredibly talented team has led to the great partnerships with these innovative new venues,” said Jamie Hughes, group general manager at Microhire.
“We believe this dedication to staying ahead of the curve in our industry has been fundamental in our recent appointments and we could not be more excited to get started.”
Lara Burnes, general manager at CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park, said the partnership “will help to bring our client’s event visions to life”.
“We are looking forward to working with Microhire to deliver pioneering technology to our clients,” she said.