Microhire Fiji; Proud support partners for ADB.
Microhire Fiji and our venue partners The Sheraton & The Westin are proud to have to opportunity to be part of the 52nd Asian Development Bank Annual Congress for 2019.
To be able to host such a prestigious group of people in such lovely surrounding is a real privilege. But to also do it on such a large scale with the latest technology available is a real credit to the ambitions of the Fijian government and proves that Fiji is more than just a beautiful place, but also a world-class business destination.
Microhire Fiji, with substantial support from Microhire Australia have been able to deploy the best in world-class technology in what we believe is the first time in Fiji.
The Denarau International Convention Centre features a 30m wide by almost 3.6m height LED video wall, made up of over 7.6 million pixels would have to be the biggest HD screen of its type in Fiji. In another first, the DICC after the recent refurbishment has been fitted for ADB with over 90 intelligent moving lights hung from the roof on a moving custom truss rig all up weighing over 6 Tons.
Paired with a ‘state the art’ fibre backbone linking the DICC, Sheraton & Westin rooms, the best vision control and communications systems available, this year’s ADB Annual Congress has the highest specification of any previous ADB gathering previously held anywhere in the world.
Having this type of access and exposure is essential in helping our local Fijian crew and support partners gain crucial skill and knowledge and gives them the confidence to know they can contribute and compete on the world stage.
Our Australian team have also learnt a lot from the local people. The warmth, generosity, drive and commitment have had many of my team comment on the love of the culture and the feeling of wellbeing from being here.
Rusiate Nakuta, Senior Sound Engineer from SPR, has mentioned that it has always been his dream to work with the best people and equipment in the world, but didn’t think it would happen for him with what existed in Fiji.