The INHOUSE VTM team at the Radisson SAS had the pleasure of playing an integral role in the Client Handover Cocktails event on the 19th March. The purpose of the event was to bid a warm farewell to outgoing General Manager Maarten van den Nieuwenhuijsen, and to welcome aboard the new GM Christopher Pike.IVTM was instrumental in the conceptualisation and planning of the event and saw this as the perfect opportunity to showcase some recent new additions to their stock inventory.
The cocktail evening took place in an extended Bedouin tent overlooking the Bay, using the beautiful setting of the Radisson SAS Waterfront at Granger Bay in Cape Town as a backdrop. IVTM put their brand new Yamaha LS9 digital mixing console and JBL VRX speaker system with both internal and external audio enforcement to work on enhancing the performance of Sterling EQ electronic string quartet
To enable the guests to view the event from both inside and out there was also a camera relay of the speeches of the evening to 4 of IVTM's recently acquired LCD screens. A clean and crisp lighting design was enhanced by Martin MAC wash and effect lights with the corporate blue of the Radisson brand accenting the area to show off the Radisson in the "very best light".
The incoming Radisson GM commended the INHOUSE Team for their efforts "Thank you for your generous sponsorship and for the professional and enthusiastic manner in which you contributed to the layout of equipment and lighting solutions," he said. "The party was a huge success and you were a huge part of it. We look forward to a long and prosperous working relationship for the future".
The IVTM services hinges on long term partnering with clients and this is exactly the kind of response they aim for on every event. "We know that relationships are built on trust" says Ighsaan Khan, IVTM Manager at the Radisson SAS, "Our clients MUST be able to relax in the knowledge that their event will happen exactly as it should. We are very pleased to have started this new relationship on such a positive note and intend taking it forward in the same vein"