Case Studies 2017-09-07T09:02:42+00:00

Pharmaceutical Company Sales Division Event

Company: Pharmaceutical Company Venue: Alton Towers Overview: An event that required a quick transformation – Conference Craft were commissioned to set up and supply the stage and AV equipment for a pharmaceutical company’s sales division event. This event involved a daytime conference as well as a ‘Haunted House’ themed Halloween dinner. For the daytime conference, [...]


Curves Corporate Event

Company: Curves Venue: Heathrow Terminal 4 Hilton Overview: Known for being the popular health and fitness franchise designed specifically for women, Curves tasked Conference Craft with setup and supply of the stage area, audio and visual equipment, including projectors, screens and uplights for one of their corporate events. An obstacle we had to overcome was [...]


Babcock Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony

Company: Babcock International Group Event: Sheraton Skyline – Heathrow Overview: Building on the success of the previous years event, Babcock called Conference Craft to supply services for their Annual Health and Safety Conference and Safety Excellence Awards. A three-screen backdrop was used to display the awards content and included live camera, graphics from three MacBook [...]


Merlin Annual Management Conference

Company: Merlin Entertainments Group Venue: Alton Towers – Staffordshire Overview: For the third year running Merlin appointed Conference Craft as its production company for their annual management conference. Focusing on the growth of the organisation with a theme “The Quickening“ a magical Merlin’s workshop was built within the stateroom at Alton Towers. The whole set [...]


BRE Annual Conference

Company: BRE Venue: Banqueting House – Whitehall Overview: As an on going supplier to the Building Research Establishment, Conference Craft provided stage, set, audio visual and lighting for their Annual Conference at the grand banqueting house in Whitehall. As the central piece of the hall is the large throne, back projection would be difficult so [...]