Church House Westminster scooped the award for ‘Most Innovative and Tech-Friendly Venue’ at the 7th annual Event Technology Awards which took place on 6 November 2019.
The prestigious event, which recognises leading event tech companies from all over the world, presented 32 awards during a ceremony held at Troxy, London.
The award was judged on what technology the Church House has integrated into its offering and how clients have benefited from the new technology. Testimonials from new and repeat clients demonstrated the successful installation of new event technologies in Church House Westminster and subsequent efficiency of the in-house audio-visual team in terms of exceeding client expectations.
Collecting the award on the night, Bradley Hill, Audio-Visual Manager of Church House Westminster, said, “New lighting, a new encrypted microphone system and a new floating screen are just some of the recent modern facilities we have installed in the venue, with sympathetic consideration to the historic building. The in-house audio-visual team expertly anticipates client requirements and offers value-added solutions as we seek to deliver new ways of producing conference messages and interactive presentations to end-users”
Robin Parker, General Manager of Church House Westminster, commented, “We are delighted to have won this award. We have invested significantly in our event technology over the last five years, and effectively taken a historic venue and blended it with the latest technology. Our in-house audio-visual team really deserves this special acknowledgment for their ability to work so efficiently with our clients and dedicated event coordinators in creating extraordinary events”
Co-founder of Event Technology Awards, Adam Parry, commented: “Each year we welcome back industry figures who return year after year and fresh faces who are either new to the industry or new to the Event Tech Awards. This night is always the highlight of the event calendar – so many people make their way to London to help celebrate the accomplishments of their peers”.