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Keyteq is Key!

When Jayne first came across Keyteq, she struggled to grasp what they actually do. But she did some research and has managed to get to the bottom of it. Read on to find out more…

Published on July 10th 2006.


Keyteq is Key!

When I first came across Keyteq, I struggled to grasp what they actually do. Not being the most technically minded lady on the planet, talk of different types of sound sytems, lcd display screens and LAN-based instant messaging systems went right over my pretty little head.

After some serious reading however, I have worked out that basically, what Keyteq do is this. They provide all of the afore mentioned technological bits and bobs to help companies with roadshows, presentations and external events.

Keyteq are among the unsung heros of the promotional world. It seems hard to imagine a promotional event without plasma display screens, or lighting and sound systems, and I suppose we tend to take these things for granted. But they don’t magically appear – somebody has been hard at work setting everything up and making sure that it all runs effectively.

For over 24 years the lovely people at Keyteq have been providing event support to prestigious car manufacturers, leading brewers, financial institutions and other corporate clients. Their vast inventory includes plasma and giant screen video projection, radio microphones and full sound systems, and with access to full lighting systems and set construction they are able to take a full brief, leaving event organisers to focus on other areas.

I remember presentations in my university days – using a crumbly old VCR to illustrate my points and having to stop everything while I found the right place on the video. Even that was hard enough to organise, so I can’t imagine trying to synchronise an all singing, all dancing promotional event. I suppose that’s why I don’t work at Keyteq. For some reason I don’t think that a roadshow or an awards ceremony would be quite the same with me and my VCR player. Although I’m always open to offers if anybody would like to hire me.

No matter how big or how small the event you are running is, Keyteq can help you with it. Click here for more information.

So if you are running any kind of live event, whether it’s a small internal meeting or a major external event, Keyteq’s project managers are keen to provide as much assistance as you require.

Versatile management skills combined with an excellent technical ability from their skilled team ensure that every task they perform is approached with the same care and attention it deserves, which means that you can leave the technical side of things to Keyteq while you get on with worrying about everything else.

For more information about Keyteq’s services, click here to visit their microsite.

If anybody would like to hire me and my VCR then please email me. I can bring a torch too for lighting effects.

Jayne Robinson
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