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For all peak performers: Ingram Micro TOP 2019

Event, PR and video from a single agency – on 19 September Putz & Stingl provided services for Austria’s biggest ICT industry get-together, which drew 1,600 visitors, for the 17th time in a row.

Ingram Micro TOP 2019 was a highly successful exhibition, thanks to an innovative event concept, slick press relations and sophisticated video technology. For the 17th time in succession, Putz & Stingl helped Ingram Micro bring Austria’s largest information and communications technology (ICT) fair to life at the Eventpyramide in Vösendorf.

There was a buzz among the 1,600-plus participants as they gained exclusive insights into the latest high-tech and the technologies of the future. The location provided over 6,000m² of exhibition and party space. With more than 80 high-profile exhibitors as well as selected start-ups on hand, the who’s who of the industry came together for an event packed with outstanding networking opportunities, exciting innovations and a diverse infotainment programme. “We were delighted to give TOP the benefit of our agency’s expertise once again this year. From event management  and video to PR and start-up management – together we put on another really impressive event,” said Chief Operating Officer Nina Witti.

The PR and media team at Putz & Stingl also did a great job in the run-up to the event. Effective advertising in selected media helped to skilfully turn the spotlight on Ingram Micro TOP and subtly raise awareness. Operational implementation of the event was strategically planned and executed by the event unit in collaboration with exhibition set-up, technical, catering and entertainment service providers.

The successful outcome was not to be sniffed at: over 5km of cables were laid, two trucks-worth of technical equipment was delivered, and a total of 116,121,600 pixels displayed on various monitors and LED walls. These achievements were only bettered by the number of steps that the team put in during the event – all told, they walked about 165km over the four days.

 

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