Events: demystified Podcast
Events: demystified Podcast
15: A virtual conversation about Virtual Events with Brent Berg from Valiant Productions

If you’ve already tuned into our previous episode aired last Friday, you know we’re celebrating our ONE year anniversary this month, since coming out here on the Air and attempting to demystify the world of audio visual and lighting and revealing to you all everything that’s to know related to event productions, behind the scenes tricks of the trade, as well as  sharing insightful tips, strategies, tactics and  perspectives which hopefully have helped and will continue to do so, to plan and produce successful events of all types, sizes and formats: in-person, virtual or hybrid. And because I wanted to diversify this experience for our listeners and give you a wide range of what it’s like to plan events during the current season, I decided to bring on several different event professionals with different experiences and perspectives regarding virtual events.

In today’s podcast episode, I get to speak with a very important guy and partner at Valiant Productions located in Boise, Idaho, serving and thriving as a full-service audio-visual company in the Treasure Valley. To learn more about Brent Berg, his best in class, state of the art production solutions and the type of events they do over there, tune in and listen to our full episode.


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