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It’s easy to make big audio-visual mistakes that could be costing you hundreds or thousands of dollars. During this webinar, Will Curran, president of event production company Endless Entertainment, will let you in on event AV suppliers’ deepest, darkest secrets to avoid an AV Disaster. You’ll learn how to save money on AV production, and you’ll find out how to get the most from AV at your event. Curran comes to the table with years of experience in providing AV solutions to top events such as San Diego Comic Con, Phoenix Comicon, Color Run, and hundreds of corporate events and concerts.

Who is Will Curran? As president of Endless Entertainment, Will Curran has been named one of the 40 under 40 event industry leaders, 35 entrepreneurs under the age of 35, and Inc. Magazine’s Coolest College Start-Up, all before graduating college. Curran has been producing events since high school when he started his first company and has now managed the production of large events. His team’s mission is to simplify the event planning process by creating the equation for an event’s perfect solution; he and his team relentlessly seek to be the name in customer service in the events industry. From event logistics to business development to technical production, Curran has a diverse background in taking events and companies to the next level.

In this webinar you will:

  • Understand what to avoid and what to capitalize on with AV production
  • Learn best practices for how to work with your production company
  • Learn tips and tricks to successfully plan your AV from beginning to end

Register today to join in on this free webinar that is scheduled for September 17, 2014; 01:30 PM EDT and learn how to save money on your AV production!

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Austin Walker

Author Austin Walker

Austin is a man of many words, as expressed in the many blog posts he has thus published at Endless. What may not be evident about Austin, as seen from the readers' perspective, is that he is more-than-likely dancing, rather "busting a move," while working. And that, he takes all the pleasure in.

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