Creative Technology (CT) UK will be taking to the water this September, as they compete in the annual Dragon Boat Festival, raising all important funds for local charity, St Catherine’s Hospice.
The Jeddah World Festival Closing Ceremony which took place on the 18th July was the first of its kind and saw acts such as Janet Jackson, Liam Payne, Future, Tyga, 50 Cent, Chris Brown and Steve Aoki perform.
LONDON (1 JULY 2019) – Creative Technology Group (CT), a Live Events Company of NEP Group and worldwide specialist in audio visual equipment and bespoke staging solutions, announced today that it has acquired Ion Solutions, a leading provider of professional audio visual and broadcast technology ...
In May 2019, the Call of Duty World League (CWL) Championship took place at the multi-sport venue, Copper Box Arena in Hackney, London.
disguise is pleased to welcome Creative Technology Middle East to the disguise Certified Solution Provider (CSP) worldwide network.
In April 2019, the Al Majaz Amphitheatre production 1001 Nights: The Last Chapter, took place in Sharjah.
NEP Group, the world’s leading outsourced production partner for content producers of live sports and entertainment, announced today the promotion of Graham Andrews to Global President of NEP Live Events and CEO of the Creative Technology Group.
To many fan’s delight, Mumford & Sons released their fourth album Delta in November 2018, which was followed by the announcement of a ‘ground-breaking’ UK and world tour set to run into 2019.
Last week, Creative Technology were thrilled to once again open the doors of our UK Headquarters for the second year running to put on CTFest19.
As a leading video equipment and services provider, Creative Technology (CT) were pleased to provide professional industry support to The Production Arts course at The BRIT School, the UK’s leading performing arts and technology State School.
As dedicated supporters of backup – the technical entertainment charity, we’re excited to be a part of the first fundraising event of 2019!
Abu Dhabi welcomed over 7,500 athletes from 190 nations this month when it hosted the Special Olympics World Games 2019.
On the 5th January 2019, The AFC Asian Cup returned to the UAE for the second time since 1996 and, for the first time in history, the month-long tournament saw 24 teams take part.