ON Services Expands Footprint with New Phoenix Location

April 16, 2019

Full-service audiovisual provider ON Services has opened a new operation in Phoenix to meet the needs of its growing business. The new office will serve as ON Services’ newest Western hub, providing a full array of AV services to live events and venues in Arizona, Nevada and California. 

“Our new Phoenix operation brings increased inventory and support to the Western U.S. and will allow us to better serve our growing client base and to reach new clients in support of their events across the country,” said Randy Fyfe, general manager of ON Services, a GES company. 

He added, “We look forward to providing innovative audiovisual options to companies and venues in the Western region.” 

Boasting seasoned AV experts along with an extensive inventory of audiovisual technologies, ON Services provides an array of comprehensive AV services including audio, video, lighting, onsite speaker services, scenic design, content management and interactive technology. 

The Phoenix operation will allow the company to offer its clients greater support as well as add to its nationwide network of inventory and staff, according to officials at GES, a full-service provider for live events including corporate events, exhibitions, conferences, congresses, exhibits and entertainment experiences.

ON Site, a division of ON Services and provider of in-house audiovisual and technology services to venues and hotels across the U.S. will also operate out of the new office. ON Site serves more than 10 million square feet at event venues including Georgia World Congress Center; Cobb Galleria Centre & Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, and Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta, San Diego Convention Center and hotel brand properties including Hilton, Marriott and IHG. 

 

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