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Royal College of Physicians offers latest innovative event AV solution

The Royal College of Physicians (RCP), one of London’s most prestigious event and meetings venue now offers events professionals the chance to deepen audience engagement by using a Catchbox, the world’s first throwable microphone.

The RCP has two Catchbox devices, a fun alternative to the traditional hand held microphone, for use at events held at the venue. Catchbox is the world’s first soft, wireless microphone that delegates can throw and catch to kick-start a discussion. 


Whether a conference, lecture, workshop, teambuilding session, management meeting or even a conference call, Catchbox is designed to spark spontaneous conversations and quickly break the ice. 


The device has taken the world by storm with thousands of enthusiastic Catchbox users and it is now available at the Royal College of Physicians which is celebrating its 500th anniversary this year. 


Commenting on the addition of Catchboxes to their already award-winning AV offer Natacha Allen, Head of Sales & Marketing at the RCP said: “Despite celebrating our 500th birthday this year we are certainly not looking backwards. The Royal College of Physicians already offers state of the art audio-visual services, but the Catchbox allows us to really integrate technology with the audience experience to deliver even richer and deeper engagement.” 


Lelde Dālmane, Content Marketing Manager at Catchbox said: “We're really excited that the Royal College of Physicians has chosen Catchbox as an addition to their AV systems! We hope that Catchbox will raise more hands, will get more questions out there and will spark new conversations. Catchbox is a great audience engagement tool and RCP’s events have some great audiences!”  


Event planners can even opt to have their Catchbox branded specifically for their event.

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