South London based technical production and design specialist Presentation Rentals has re-branded as ‘PR Live’ to reflect the dynamic nature of its business and the current scope of the company’s activities.
The company was launched in 1997 by MD Ian Coull as an AV equipment rental company – initially supplying small projectors, screens and PowerPoint presentation kits.
It’s now grown into a highly successful full high-end technical production supplier offering the latest audio, lighting and video hardware and technology, plus a comprehensive range of associated services including complete show and event design, video content creation, graphics, artwork and set design / building. In short, everything to cover all aspects of any types of live event or brand activation, together with a full logistics department and transport fleet.
“Live – and larger scale - production is now our core business, and the change reflects this and acknowledges the very talented team we have on board as well as looking forward to the our blueprint for future development” commented Ian.
‘The team’ currently includes 18 full time employees including co-owner Justin Hammond, production designer Jenny Woolard and sales & communications specialist Emma Perrin who work alongside a raft of talented AV technicians and engineers and video content creators and editors in the London office.
Retaining the well-known and recognised ‘PR’ with the addition of ‘Live’ is a more appropriate description of the projects we are now delivering” confirms Justin.
The company’s reputation has been built on excellent technical packages coupled with great service, plus imagination, style and an innovative approach which has made it stand out, together with a culture strong on personal relationships via an accessible and no-nonsense approach.
There’s an ongoing policy of investment in the latest sound lighting and AV technology to ensure clients are offered the best options, with PR Live focussing on premium brands like Clay Paky moving lights, Christie projection and d&b audio.
A new website www.prlive.co and logo are an integral part of the rebranding exercise.