Meet our people : Heidi Brumbach CMP of Technisch Creative

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Now, let's meet Heidi Brumbach, CMP, of Technisch Creative -

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Hello, I’m Heidi. I began my professional career in the events and entertainment industry as a dancer, singer, and actress. I performed in theme parks, casinos, cruise ships, dinner theater and television. As an event professional, I worked in just about every area of events including broadcasting, talent management, catering, event design, planning, and production management. I now have over 30 years of experience in the industry and in the last 10 years, I’ve learned that production is my passion. 

I started my event business in 1999 and have lead the company to be recognized by the International Live Events Association, MPI Michigan, MPI Greater Orlando, Michigan Meetings and Events Magazine, and Athena International for performance and entrepreneurial leadership. We now have offices in Orlando, East Lansing and Las Vegas. Technisch Creative provides Audio Visual production support for our clients around the world.

We are initiatorsnoise makersentertainers, and artists.

Also... We're basically all coffee addicts.

As an industry leader, I have authored several published articles in Special Events Magazine and Campus Event Professional, and have held multiple leadership positions with the International Live Events Association, Meeting Professionals International, and Michigan Society of Association Executives.


Q. What do you love about event tech? 

A. I love using event technology to create an exciting show. My entertainment background exposed me to different effects achieved with sound, lighting and video that can be applied in the meeting and events space. With these tools, I can produce an experience thats captivating and helps the audience with learning and engagement.

Q. How can women make an impact in the event tech space?

A. Statistically, the majority of meeting and event planners tend to be women. I think it’s extremely powerful to see women working with other women to provide the best technology support for an event.

Q. What are some of your personal favourite tools/brands/products/biz?

A. I love using the Adobe Creative Suite to create exciting content. I also love working with BlackMagic Design products for high quality video production/presentation. And one of the simplest tools I use all the time is Keynote. It’s great for sophisticated presentation design and really easy to use.

Q. Who do you most admire in event tech?

A. Not specifically in event tech, but I really admire Dean Kamen, the inventor and founder of First Robotics. He’s been so inspirational to a generation of innovators, scientists and engineers. He helped lead the organization to create a culture for creativity with no barriers for gender or income.

Q. What's your one piece of advice to other women in event tech?

A. Stay involved and don’t stop learning. Technology moves quickly and you need to stay ahead so you don’t fall behind. 

Q. What is your favourite quote/s?

A. “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” - Albert Einstein


Where you can connect with Heidi and Technisch Creative:

LI: heidibrumbach
IG: @technischcreative
FB: hbrumbach 
FB: technischcreative

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