Cambridge college ‘AV brought in a new technician

Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, has strengthened its commitment to providing the highest standards of AV support with the appointment of a new AV Technician.

Benjamin Rampillon joins to deliver a first-class AV service for both internal meetings and external conferences and events.

His remit includes assisting with pre-event site visits and demonstrations, setting up rooms with the required equipment and providing hands-on support throughout the event.

In addition to holding a DUT GEII – French two-year Diploma from the University of Angers Institute of Technology in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing – Benjamin also has four years’ experience as an AV Technician gained at Satel Audiovisuel in Angers.

Chis Pope, general manager of conferences, catering and residences said: “We are delighted to welcome Benjamin to our team. Having AV support on-site is very important to our clients running events of all types and they appreciate the reassurance of having a highly qualified and experienced technical practitioner to ensure that everything goes smoothly. We are constantly reviewing our AV provision so that we not only meet but surpass both our internal and external customers’ expectations.”

Murray Edwards College is located in ten acres of peaceful gardens recently selected for inclusion in the ‘Good Gardens Guide’ and has two dedicated conference centres, providing flexible meeting space for a wide range of conferences and events. With free car parking on site, it offers 162 modern en suite bedrooms during the vacations, in addition to 12 in The Kaetsu Centre. Visitors can also enjoy the extensive modern Art Collection on display throughout the College, comprising a wide range of works donated by female artists including sculptures in the gardens.

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard: journalist, presenter, producer. Martin is the Deputy Editor at Conference News and Conference & Meetings World magazines. He leads the digital channels on Mash Media’s Conference Division as well as heading up Mash TV. He is formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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