Microhire has expanded into Fiji, signing a six-year tenure with the Royal International Convention Centre and opening its first international office at the Marriott Hotels’ newest five-star resort at Momi Bay, Fiji. Since its opening six weeks ago, the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay has already hosted 10 events with the support of Microhire.
Shayne Liddell, Microhire Group General Manager, credits the company’s growth to investment in cutting edge technology, big picture thinking and the ability to maintain meaningful partnerships. “We have maintained a holistic approach to our growth strategy from day one, and are confident in our brand, our services and our team.”
Microhire boasts more than 35 venue agreements with names such as Rydges, Doltone House and Marriott Hotels, including the unprecedented re-signing of the Brisbane Marriott Hotel.
Michelle Scott, Director of Sales and Marketing: “Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is the first five-star property in Fiji to offer event clients both Full HD projection and LED technology, so it was imperative we engaged a specialist audiovisual company that not only understood advanced technology, but also pushed themselves to develop custom cutting edge solutions that we can offer to our customers.” The installation includes Christie projection, 72 intelligent moving head lights, and Nexo PA systems.
Royal ICC General Manager of Operations Sujoy Dey said the world class audio visual delivered by Microhire at the venue has played a significant role in its own acquisition of new clients. “We execute over 300 events a year for a diverse client group, each demanding the best of the best. We require a responsive AV partner that can deliver on a diverse brief, and Microhire achieves this every time, without exception. By investing in an extended contract period of six years, we are enabling Microhire to invest in further technologies that will meet the needs of our world class clientele.”
Microhire’s expansion also extends to new venue partnerships with Rydges Fortitude Valley and Doltone House Australian Technology Park, as well as new Preferred Supplier Agreements with Brisbane Powerhouse and Victoria Park Golf Complex, with further expansion announcements expected in the near future.