PLASA 2012: Stageco & Tait exhibit together

Tuesday, 21 August 2012

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UK - Stageco and Tait Technologies will once again be exhibiting together with a shared stand at PLASA 2012 following a highly successful year working alongside one another across Europe.

The two companies opened a joint London office in May 2011, building on years of working alongside each other across a range of projects and as a step towards further cementing their European strategic alliance.

This year Stageco and Tait Technologies respectively, have continued to provide innovative staging solutions and scenic motion technology to a number of international events, prominently the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Madonna's MDNA tour, Lady GaGa, Bruce Springsteen, Metallica and major sporting events in London. Both companies have introduced innovative products and working practices with Stageco launching its Arena Lift earlier this year as well as its XL stage which was first used in Hyde Park by Madonna.

The two companies will be sharing a double decker stand, number 2-Q26 in Earls Court 2. Stageco's Hedwig De Meyer, Tom Bilsen and Dirk De Decker will be ready to welcome guests across the four days, along with Frederic Opsomer and Carol Scott from Tait Technologies and other colleagues from both companies.

Stageco's project director, Dirk De Decker comments, "It has been a year of innovation and progression for us. Through the introduction of a number of new technologies to our product range we have been able to work with new clients, in new countries delivering increasingly creative and exciting solutions."

Carol Scott and Frederic Opsomer from Tait Technologies will be joining Dave Green from Immersive to host a seminar on Tuesday 11 September from 11am - 12pm, discussing and explaining the emerging opportunities of LED products within the live events industry.

(Jim Evans)

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