The sessions were predominantly held at PRO LAB’s Dubai demo room and featured speakers and presentations for each brand in order to help customers better understand and get the best usage out of their products.
The training kicked off with ChamSys in Dubai before moving on to Beirut for the first time ever. A presentation on the MQ series was given by ChamSys international business development manager Aziz Adilkhodjaev, together with an introduction to the new Quick Q series.
This was followed a week later by two Midas sessions at the PRO LAB Dubai office, where Music Group’s Daniel Paine gave the attendees an in-depth understanding of the M32 console on the first day and a CMDU (Certified Midas Digital User) Course on the second. Next was Turbosound’s turn, and Music Group‘s director of solutions EMEA, Howard Smart, gave an overview workshop on the manufacturer’s various lines, focusing on methods of use and performance comparisons.
The next workshop, for kinetic equipment manufacturer Movecat, saw the company’s CFO Oliver Nachbauer and guest speaker Oliver Leigers give a brand overview and a safety course followed by two informative case studies.
Finishing off a busy few weeks of training was a certified two-day Dataton Watchout workshop presented by Dataton senior product specialist Michael Ena. The course covered knowledge about the brand and its uses, as well as hands-on exercises.
The sessions reportedly attracted an ‘outstanding number of attendees’ and positive reviews from all involved.
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