The AV User Group has announced that it will be running its September Members Meeting at Lord’s Cricket Ground on the afternoon of 16th September. The meeting will run alongside AV technology pioneer Peerless-AV’s showcase and networking event, a one-off, one-of-a-kind opportunity for the professional AV industry to meet face-to-face and exhibit the latest innovations in a world-renowned sports venue. The AV User Group meeting is for private members but is open to qualifying end users, for which membership is free.
The members meeting will include a causal buffet lunch and each manufacturer will present for 40 minutes with breaks. Please visit the events page for more information on timings and agenda.
The current membership includes technology managers from the financial services community, government and the public sector, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, telecoms, professional services (including legal services, accounting and management consultancy), higher education, retail, business services and manufacturing.
“Holding our September meeting alongside the Peerless-AV event offers our members an even more valuable day out since they’ll have time to walk the show floor in the morning before the meeting in the afternoon,” says Owen Ellis, Chairman, AV User Group. “We’re always looking for different locations to hold our meetings and appreciate the support from AV User Group sponsors such as Peerless-AV, in this case, in proposing this cooperation at such a fantastic venue.”
Peerless-AV’s showcase and networking event will take place at Lord’s Cricket Club on 16th September and will host indoor and outdoor showcases from all the major brands in the AV and Digital Signage space, presenting their latest products and innovations to an audience of resellers, integrators, consultants and end users.
Lord’s Cricket Ground, owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), is recognised worldwide as the Home of Cricket, steeped in 200 years of cricket history, and has been based in its central London location in St. John’s Wood since 1814. In July 2019, England won the World Cup one Day International cricket match against New Zealand at Lord’s and the Cup currently resides in the ground’s museum.