Bradford Means Business is set to attend Forster’s Bistro & Deli for it’s first event of 2015. Last year, YEN and the Telegraph & Argus formed ‘Bradford Means Business’ to help promote the growth of business partnerships within Bradford and the surrounding areas. The events encourage people to communicate and connect in an informal way, creating new connections and strengthening partnerships while showing off their products and services.
YEN is proud to announce that we have invited gVision Media to perform a demonstration of their Vision Mixing services at our event in February. We always hope to provide our guests with unique experiences at each of our events, and gVision Media will help to add a higher level of production value to the speaker’s keynotes, as well as streaming the event online.
Production Director Oliver Chapman said “YEN is a very wide network within Yorkshire – with conference and networking events which have always had a high patronage – the large audience which gathers each month was one of the main reasons we approached YEN to demonstrate our cutting edge vision mixing services – which obviously requires a big audience.”
He also added that “Our product doesn’t just take input from multiple cameras – it also controls the projector and the PA system – but this doesn’t mean we stop at displaying video on the screen in the background – we work with clients months or weeks in advance of an event to co-ordinate an introduction animation and an overall visual theme which can be used for slide-show presentations, quotes, and for queuing speakers.”
Our next event will be held at Forster’s Bistro & Deli, 9 Aldermanbury, Centenary Square, Bradford, BD1 1SD on Thursday 26th February 2015.
Registration begins at 6:00pm