Entertainment Technology Partners Acquires EventEQ

Entertainment Technology Partners Acquires EventEQ

Entertainment Technology Partners (ETP), the parent company to a collection of brands in the live event and entertainment technology services industry, announces its acquisition of EventEQ.  Based in Columbia, Maryland, EventEQ specializes in full-service audio, video, LED, lighting, and scenic design for live events. EventEQ will join LMG, LLC and Premier Event Technology as ETP’s third platform company.  EventEQ will operate as an independent brand functioning with the same team while benefiting from ETP’s scale, reach, and shared best practices.

Founded in 2007, EventEQ has established itself as a powerful partner for event producers that seek to appeal to the emotional intelligence of their audiences through the power of event technology.

“We quickly realized the incredible synergies between EventEQ and ETP, including their passion, their focus on relationships, teamwork, professionalism and continuous improvement,” states BJ Singh, CEO of EventEQ.  “ETP brands have long held a reputation for providing flawless, best of breed solutions for its clients and we’re excited to partner with ETP to provide significantly increased capabilities to our clients,” states Singh.

Photo: (left to right: BJ Singh, CEO of EventEQ and Les Goldberg, CEO of ETP and LMG)

The ETP vision is built off serving the needs of different markets in the live event and entertainment technology services industry.  The ETP family consists of high-quality brands that embrace a shared commitment to deliver the highest quality of professional service to their clients.

“Our vision for ETP is to assemble a collection of great brands where each partner has a long history of excellence in their field and is known for providing quality services well above their competition,” states Les Goldberg, CEO of ETP and LMG. 

Visit www.etp.net to learn more.

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