In 2007, I started working part time to help a friend with his Audio Video rental business …
At that time, I was working as a paralegal at Law Firm in Brooklyn so that you can imagine this was all new to me. I started out managing small events and learned a few basic AV skills. It wasn’t long before I found myself enjoying event rental services more than my paralegal work. I decided to work quit my paralegal job and work events full time. In the early stages, I had to learn a lot about the business and expand on my Audi Video knowledge and skills.
My first big event was in April 2008. The event was a fundraiser for about 800 guests. My job was to provide video support for the event that included 10 plasma monitors, video switching, camera, and PowerPoint presentation. Planning this event was a real challenge. At the time, I didn’t own ten plasma televisions so I had to figure out where I would get them. I did find them and learned the value of relationships with other providers in the area. The event was a huge success, and I knew I could be successful in this industry.
Over the years I have managed a few thousand events: dinners, fundraisers, music events, corporate meetings, conferences, outdoor events, church events, small concerts, market weeks, trade show AV installations, and more.
We have worked with companies such as Tiffany & Co, Time Inc, FB International, Premier Vision, NYU, D & D Building, and various internal dinner events/meetings for corporate firms, pharmaceutical, legal, real estate, sports and galleries.