ENTECH - Celebrating a shared passion in 2015
Friday, 7 November 2014
Australia - 2015 sees ENTECH celebrate its 21st birthday. The team is proud to have been supporting the industry for so long and is looking forward to celebrating the birthday with the industry.

Over the 21 years there have been hundreds of companies and thousands of visitors who have supported the show. Organisers want to say 'cheers' and invite the industry to help celebrate. There will be a lot happening at the show to mark the special occasion with the industry.

At the last ENTECH show in 2013, a total of 4,705 visitors came through the doors and an all over attendance of 5,469 including revisits (audited) attended the last ENTECH. In 2015, organisers are expanding and improving the show to make it even bigger and better, say the organisers.

ENTECH will take place 7-9 July 2015 at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park. It's easy to get to via public transport, close to Sydney Airport, buses, car parking, lots of places to grab a bite and a drink and then walking distance to Sydney's famous suburb of Surry Hills.

The ENTECH Seminar Programme is gaining momentum in terms of its reputation to delivering important education to the live entertainment and installation / AV markets. In 2015 all sessions will be free to attend. Details of the programme will be released in February 2015.

Something new for the audio community at ENTECH, the workshops will provide the chance for visitors to get hands on experience and learn new skills.

Now in its fourth year, the Riggers' Forum is the only programme of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region and offers the opportunity to workshop with industry leaders. It will be an interactive, open discussion on the use of newly devised products, industry practices and the process of standardisation.

Two areas that the visitors to ENTECH and ENTECH CONNECT have been asking to see more of are a DJ area and an interactive House of Worship area. Both will be new features in 2015.

ENTECH's 21st birthday party will be a free celebration for the industry and for those who may have retired, but are still connected to what's going on. The night will feature "a number of live performances from signed artists, food, drinks and lots, lots more".

(Jim Evans)

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