Mood Media announced it is expanding Technomedia into a new specialty division, merging three separate Mood teams to operate as one global force under the Technomedia brand name. With this, Technomedia retains the very best of what has traditionally been the brand’s calling card in delivering iconic, highly complex AV installations but broadens its industry specialties beyond themed entertainment and expands its reach to a truly global footprint.
The new Technomedia combines Orlando-based Technomedia, the Mood US Premier System Sales team and the Mood International Advanced Solutions Group to build a high performance AV specialty division that creates some of the most original, immersive and memorable media experiences in the world. From design and engineering to integration, installation and support, this division now offers advanced media solutions to Mood’s current slate of global clients across industries such as retail, hospitality, automotive and corporate spaces, as well as in themed entertainment, brand attractions and other “wow” environments.
This highly specialized team will focus on large-scale audio-visual experiential projects that require a particularly deep level of experience and expertise across capabilities such as LED walls, projection mapping, interactive technology, digital media, advanced AV system integration, and other custom programming and content management services & support.
“By combining some of our best resources from across these different divisions, we ensure Mood Media puts its best foot forward from start to finish when selling highly complex and customized solutions to our clients – not to mention delivering the crème de la crème when it comes to our diverse talents and capabilities around design, engineering and project management,” said Mood Media’s Global SVP of Systems, Visuals & Affiliate Sales, Simon Bexon, who is leading the new Technomedia division. “Plus, this restructuring allows us to deliver more ‘wow’ environments around the world to clients both large and small, and across a much broader range of verticals.”