Liz has been working in the conference industry since the early 80’s.
Since the days of paper rolls, scissors and glue, she has been at the heart of the “autocue” industry servicing many of the top conference and events organisers.
In 1997 she established her own company delivering her own brand of service with a smile (and glass of wine) and has not looked back. With her team of highly trained operators she leads from the front, bringing enthusiasm and expertise to site.
The business is global, Liz McGuffie Prompting services supply equipment and operators to events all over the world. From motorshows in Shanghai to mobile network launches in Nigeria, our compact rigs enable easy and efficient delivery anywhere, any time.
Our systems and expertise enable inexperienced presenters to look good, and accomplished ones to look even better.
Our greatest assets are our experienced team of highly trained operators. They are all extensively trained in the latest prompting software and in the fast efficient rig of all our equipment. More importantly, all our operators are experienced in dealing with high profile presenters, heads of business, politicians and even royalty.
Their ability to work with a team of event professionals is not overlooked either, early rehearsals and late finishes are all considered part of the job.
They are well used to the high pressures of “last minute changes” and “he’s gone off the script” type moments.
We provide a 24 hour 7 days a week service to meet the high standards demanded by the world’s leading broadcasters, production professionals, corporate communicators and politicians.
Guy has been in the live events industry for over 36 years . He has worked for some of the biggest AV rental companies in the UK and as a Production Director contributed to hundreds of events worldwide. Regular clients include BAFTA / Whizzkid Entertainment, Mercury Prize ,
Progress Productions and Novartis. He is very hands on, he's often on site helping rig and derig the prompt kits and also operate the on camera units. He's now officially "grumpy"; often heard telling young industry whippersnappers, "hard drive, download time...we used to have to splice film together!".