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South Central Climate Resilience Forum

An in-person 3-day event focused on fostering meaningful dialogue and action on equitable climate resilience and adaptation across the region.

Our recent involvement in the South Central Climate Resilience Forum held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Conference Center in Dallas showcased our expertise in custom audiovisual solutions as third-party av partners. We provided a comprehensive array of services, including public address systems, projectors, screens, breakout room technology, and skilled technicians. By seamlessly integrating our advanced AV solutions, we significantly enhanced the event experience, fostering engagement and facilitating meaningful dialogue among attendees. Our commitment to innovation and excellence ensured that every aspect of the forum, from presentations to interactive sessions, ran smoothly and effectively. The success of the event underscored our ability to tailor bespoke AV packages to meet the unique needs of large-scale conferences, further solidifying our reputation as a trusted partner in event technology.


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Lighting, Pipe & Drape, Projection, Sound, Breakout Rooms, Technicians

"We hired Cadence Studios for our 250-person conference. Our event included concurrent presentations in a large ballroom and multiple smaller rooms. From the beginning, David was so easy to work with and he helped us finalize the AV needs for our event. At the event, David, Kate, and their team were all wonderful! The set up and quality were great in both the large and smaller rooms, and they were very responsive with any adjustments or minor technical difficulties. As the event organizer, it was a pleasure to work with them and they made my job easier and less stressful. They were one vendor we didn't have to worry about. 10/10 recommend!"
Darrian Bertrand
Climate Assessment Specialist
Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
Oklahoma Climatological Survey
University of Oklahoma

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