EES Audio Visual Services
|Posted on 11 November, 2014 at 5:45|
Using your Village hall for Council Meetings..
Many village halls have the room and the capacity to hold meetings, the rooms are usually large enough, the seating is generally available and as a hub for the local community they are a natural choice for meetings and seminas.
Making the most of your village hall is all too important, striving to increase the income and generating cash flow to benefit the community as a whole.
There are of course many ways to acheive this, however more and more villages are benefitting from using their halls for community meetings. Several halls that we have been involved with have developed their technology within the hall to enable local councils to hold meetings by installing a few simple items to make this possible. For instance, the projector system with screen is one whereby seminas can be held. Local business people can plug in a laptop and display 'powerpoint' programs through the system. Sales meetings and company development seminas can now be held at generally lower cost than the nearest hotel, which can be expensive to hire.
Conference facilities offer a new string to your bow! By installing a multiple microphone system you can hold a public or closed meetings in your hall.
This consists of a set of up to 12 microphones, one of which is the 'Chairmans' microphone, which overrides the others by simply pushing his 'on' button. All of these microphones link by ONE cable and return to a sound source or amplifier, (usually your normal public address system). The system is completely portable and all items pack away when not in use.
Prices depend on the number of microphones used, but every system is expandable, so you can start with a basic few microphones and build your system over a period of time should you wish to.
For more details of these and many other products available see our contact details below:
please contact us on email: ees[email protected] quoting 'WEBSITE BLOG BC
or call (01793) 496995 ref: 'website blog bc'