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AV Company Navigating To Success


A Northwest luxury integrated technology company is set to offer homeowners and businesses across the Northwest the benefit of their experience in the Superyacht industry.

AV Company Navigating To Success


"We have had the pleasure of working on some really unique marine projects. We now plan to bring this level of service and expertise into business premises, conferencing facilities and clients homes. "
Mike Gibbons, Founder and Managing Director at DTM



Runcorn based DTM have designed and installed custom AV (Audio Visual) and IT systems in some of the most luxurious Superyachts on the planet. They are now ready to offer their enviable skill set to properties on dry land.

Accustomed to working in challenging spaces to exacting specifications, the team at DTM focus on meeting their clients' requirements by providing game changing, bespoke solutions.   

Mike Gibbons, Founder and Managing Director at DTM said, “We have had the pleasure of working on some really unique marine projects. We now plan to bring this level of service and expertise into business premises, conferencing facilities and client’s own homes. What we want is simply to make technology work for our clients.”

Mike established DTM in 2011 to provide consultancy services specialising in the design and project management of integrated technology systems, primarily in the Superyacht sector. Following the successful completion of installations at a number of homes and businesses as special requests, Mike and the team recognised an opportunity for a truly boutique offering.

Working with a lean principal, and headed up by Project Manager Mark Emmett, the team and its philosophy is as unique as each project; “We work with Commercial and Residential customers and our goal is always the same - a technically brilliant turnkey solution.” Said Mark, “We always deliver on time, within budget and with complete customer satisfaction!”

DTM are planning an opulent launch event at their head office in Runcorn, where clients will be invited to immerse themselves in the upscaled environment created by the DTM team.

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