Ion Solutions rebrands as CT Ireland
Ion Solutions, a provider of pro AV and broadcast technology systems in Ireland, has rebranded and will now be known as CT Ireland, part of the CT Europe & Middle East Group. CT operates 19 offices on three continents and is part of NEP Group, which has 4,000+ employees in 24 countries.
The rebranding follows the acquisition of Ion Solutions last year by Creative Technology Group (CT), a specialist in AV equipment and bespoke staging systems.
Ion Solutions, now CT Ireland, is led by a local management team and employs 70+ full-time staff in two office locations in Sandyford, Dublin.
The business specialises in the creative and technical delivery of indoor and outdoor live events, conferences and exhibitions, as well as the design, supply, installation and integration of AV communications equipment, broadcast television systems, digital video production / computer graphics systems and digital signage systems. Clients span a variety of sectors including broadcast, retail, healthcare, hospitality and educational facilities, as well as corporate venues.
Ion Solutions had worked with CT for many years on a number of projects in a host of geographical markets long before the company acquisition. Both company’s services complement the other’s and, together under one brand, they will become a 360-degree supplier to the Live Events market in Ireland, the UK, Europe and worldwide.
Today’s rebrand of Ion Solutions to CT Ireland relates to branding only and does not represent any structural or organisational changes.
Dave Crump, President and CEO of CT Europe & Middle East, said: “I’m excited that our clients in Ireland will share the same high-quality experience and superior service for all of their projects, no matter where they are. Our processes and services will be more seamless, from the initial sale to the delivery of solutions at the client’s event site. And, by continuing to support our clients with local teams and equipment in more places, we reduce our impact on the environment.”