Science Museum in London adds Etherlive to preferred supplier list

IT specialist set to enhance technology offering for museum including large scale Wi-Fi networks, video streaming services and integration of apps and social media

Science Museum in London adds Etherlive to preferred supplier list

The Science Museum in London, UK, has added Etherlive as a preferred supplier of technology services for its growing event portfolio. Etherlive will provide on-going support for technology services at the prestigious London venue.

This new partnership will provide the venue with a flexible partner providing solutions such as large scale secure Wi-Fi networks, support for video streaming services and integration of the latest social media and events apps.

Etherlive will partner with the in house ICT team to support bespoke requirements leveraging the investment Science Museum has recently made. Etherlive said it is recognised as a leading supplier of temporary technology for the live event sector and boasts a high profile roster of clients.

The company is a specialist in large-scale indoor and outdoor events with multi-faceted communications needs, as well as being a major supplier to the corporate conference and events market.

It has been appointed by the likes of WOMAD festival, RHS Flower Shows, Goodwood Festival of Speed, South West Four, the G8, Southampton Boat Show, London World Triathlon, Nokia, Amazon and Sony.

Alicia Earls, communications manager – corporate events at the Science Museum, said: “We rely on our approved suppliers to share our commitment to staging exceptional events. We are delighted to be working with Etherlive and are looking forward to enhancing the potential of the events hosted at our venue and to a lasting and successful business relationship.”

Tom McInerney, Etherlive's director, commented: “We are excited to formalise our relationship with The Science Museum as they grow their events portfolio. We will partner to provide innovative technological services to help them achieve their goals and to increase delegates’ experience.”

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