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START Programme Begins

Our START programme is an accelerated one-year graduate programme which develops individuals who are passionate about technology and who want to become part of a culture where innovation and creativity is at the heart of everything we do. Our first Graduate will start on Wednesday 1st June on a one year placement, working in each department before taking his final year at university.

We are looking to recruit enthusiastic, creative and forward-thinking graduates, who are ready to start their career within a leading audio-visual company.

Throughout the programme you will gain experience across many different areas of our business. You will gain skills, qualifications and knowledge to help you become a well-rounded business professional, who will contribute to the on-going success and development of Electrosonic.

If you are interested in working with motivated and passionate people, who help drive the future of audio-visual experiences, please contact us now and tell us why we should hire you.

Electrosonic Launches new Apprenticeship Programme

Electrosonic has launched a new Apprenticeship Programme to develop talented and motivated individuals who will become the next generation of audio-visual professionals. Learn about our first apprentice’s journey, and why he chose an apprenticeship scheme over university.

Electrosonic Upgrades Highways England's Hindhead Tunnels

Located on the A3 road linking London to Portsmouth, the Hindhead tunnels provide a safe route through the Devils Punch Bowl, a site of special scientific interest and a notoriously high accident rate. In order to help improve roadway efficiency and heighten safety, Electrosonic integrated the main videowall display, comprising of eight eyevis LED illuminated, DLP 50-inch, slim rear projection cubes, in a 4x2 array. Electrosonic provided the original videowall installation for the tunnels when they first opened in 2011.

Electrosonic's AV Integration at Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones Featured in Essential Install Magazine

Electrosonic Goes On Tour With The Rolling Stones

Essential Install Magazine have featured Electrosonic's audio-visual systems integration at Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones, in their July 2016 issue.

To read the case study click on the image below and flick to page 49 of the July issue.

Essential Install Mag Article

 

The Future of Work

Get inspired by new technology

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Find new ideas and inspiration for your office, visitor centre or control room with our new technology highlight videos. All of the filming took place at our most recent Technology day in Canary Wharf.

Electrosonic Shortlisted for AV Award

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Electrosonic has been shortlisted to win ‘Entertainment Venue of the Year’ at the 18th annual global AV Awards ceremony for their work on ‘Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones’.

Electrosonic achieves Government ESOS compliance

ESOS Compliance

Electrosonic has recently achieved ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) compliance from the Environment Agency. The assessment entailed comprehensive audits of the energy used in their premises, processes and transport. The new status establishes Electrosonic’s tremendous environmental standards.

Electrosonic's Level39 Technology Event was a fantastic success

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Innovation, Technology, Space was an exciting day of new technology, product demonstrations and networking, all from the 39th floor of the Canary Wharf Tower in London. There was a vast range of technology on show from over 25 leading manufacturers in the industry, who worked together to demonstrate complete audio-visual solutions.

Electrosonic Win InAVation Award for Most InAVative Control Room

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Over 700 international guests from the industry joined together in Amsterdam for this year’s annual InAVate awards ceremony on 9th February. The Most InAVative Control Room Award was accepted by Electrosonic, for their work on the Barclays Radbroke Global Command Centre. This is the second award that Electrosonic have earned for the project, after receiving an AV award in September 2015.