New Home for Pixl & Audio Evolution
June 1, 2020 – Pixl Evolution Ltd. & Audio Evolution Ltd. announce their move into a new 20,000 sq. ft premises in Tring, Herts, featuring both office and warehouse space for their growing inventory of new technology. In addition to housing both Pixl and Audio Evolution, this location will also serve as the UK office for Entertainment Technology Partners (ETP) Europe Ltd., who acquired the two businesses in October 2019.
“It’s a fantastic space for our growing companies, and we cannot wait to show it off,” says Managing Director Lee Spencer. “We have had the time to design an environment that will be perfect to operate from with room for future expansion.”
Entertainment Technology Partners (ETP) was created in 2014 with the idea of like-minded owners joining together to continue operating independently and growing their services, while utilizing ETP’s behind-the-scenes shared support services such as accounting, HR, and IT.
Commercial Director Guy Vellacott says, “Since joining ETP, we have invested heavily in video and audio technology. Consequently, we need more room to house it all. We have a great team of people, and we are all looking forward to working together in our new home.”
The new location provides 4,000 sq. ft. of office space and 16,000 sq. ft. of warehousing. The renovations began in January 2020, and whilst the current working restrictions have been challenging, the work is finished, and the move is now complete.
About Pixl Evolution and Audio Evolution: Pixl Evolution and Audio Evolution are experts in live events video and audio, operating primarily in the corporate and special events sectors, working closely with production agencies to deliver exceptional solutions.
About ETP: Entertainment Technology Partners helps brands grow their business in the events and entertainment industry by providing shared support in strategy, finance and logistics. This collection of exceptional brands includes LMG, Premier Event Technology, EventEQ, Pixl Evolution, Audio Evolution and the CoiL Learning Center. For more information, visit http://etp.net.