Someone can look good, but how do you make sure they sound good?
How do you tailor the equipment for a variety of speakers and uses? This is a frequent question and one that’s best answered with a few examples. What becomes apparent is that the stage you choose should depend on the kind of things that are going on and who is going on them. People who are very tall they may need a different stage requirement then if they’re short.
Similarly, if they’ve got a strong voice the equipment list will differ from the situation where your keynote speaker has just recovered from a throat infection. In any case you should call us to discuss, but the following will give you an idea.