Perth’s new PAV to light up local events

August 3, 2015 5:50 pm

Forget legendary footballer Matthew Pavlich or your gran’s Christmas pavlova, there’s a new PAV on the scene you need to know about.

Last year, Perth Audiovisual and Corporate Theatre Productions joined forces to become one of Australia’s largest and most experienced one-stop-shop for all your event needs.

With the extensive renovations to the Bayswater headquarters almost complete, general manager Lee Williams said it was time to unveil the company’s new branding, PAV – Complete Event Solutions.

“The same faces are there behind the scenes, behind the controls and on the other end of the phone, but there are some new faces and new equipment as well,” he said.

“There are now more than 60 full-time staff and the combined companies have more than 40 years of experience in the local market.”

The services on offer go well beyond large-scale audiovisual displays – the newly expanded crew can handle anything from planning events, corporate presentations and even slick multimedia productions.

“Our in-house team includes audiovisual operators, installation crew, retail sales experts,  multimedia producers and dedicated set designers and builders,” Mr Williams said.

“That combination of expertise means you can present us your wildest ideas or most complicated theming brief knowing we have the equipment and know-how to make it a reality.”

The combined sales teams are now co-located in the modern, open-plan office in Bayswater only a short walk from a dedicated depot that can accommodate the grandest plans.

“Behind the doors of the 2,000 square metre depot, our sets and scenery department work their magic alongside operations staff,” Mr Williams said.

“Together, that gives us easy access to Perth’s widest range of cutting edge equipment and the most talented audiovisual professionals able to cover any event, any time.”

Separately, Perth Audiovisual and Corporate Theatre Productions have served high profile clients including major hotels, Australian bluechip companies and international heavyweights such as Apple.

As for events, the companies have helped make the likes of the Perth Royal Show, ANZAC Day Dawn Services and V8 Supercars even more memorable for the thousands of people in attendance.

Mr Williams said some of that success could be attributed to local knowledge.

“As a Western Australian company, we’ve grown up with these events. We know the lay of the land, and the challenges presented in our unique environment,” he said.

“But our vast experience can also apply nationally, or even internationally – there’s really no event we can’t do.”

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