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New AV Manager appointed to Church House Westminster

Andrew Lowe has been appointed to the role of AV Manager at Church House Westminster.

With a background in running the in-house AV for major corporations, Andrew took up his position a month ago and will lead Church House Westminster’s AV department’s successful delivery of events.

Andrew commented: “AV plays an important role in delivering first class events but clients do not always know what is available to them, and how it can enhance their event. Church House has an enviable list of clients and agencies who regularly stage large scale events and this is what appealed to me about the role. By working with them to understand the scope of their event we can show clients how AV can play a pivotal role in making it a success. I will be working in partnership with them to ensure Church House’s latest technology is utilised to its full extent and help deliver events which have an impact on everybody involved.”

Church House has invested significantly in its AV facilities, with its capabilities boasting some of the most advanced infrastructure of any London venue. Its in-house team are able to deliver full HD web streaming and video on demand services (VOD) and offers 4k projection in its largest Space – the Assembly Hall.

Robin Parker, General Manager at Church House Westminster commented: “We are delighted that Andrew will be heading up our AV department going forward. He has a wealth of experience and his technical knowledge is a great asset to Church House. We have invested significantly in our facilities over the last couple of years so we can offer our clients some of the best AV in the industry. Andrew’s expertise will be a driving force in helping clients make the best use of the technology available to them.”


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