Recertification according to industry standards by DPVT


The independent German Inspection Company for Entertainment Technology (Deutsche Prüfstelle für Veranstaltungstechnik, DPVT) has once again confirmed that N&M meets all quality and safety standards. The DPVT seal provides clients with solid assurances - and the company is motivated to pursue continuous internal improvement.

Implementation of Five Technical Projects for EXPO in Kazakhstan


N&M was commissioned with the technical implementation of the "Astana Sphere", the German and Austrian pavilions as well as those for "Energy Best Practice" and Shell. An international team made sure that the best possible result was achieved despite some difficult circumstances on site.

"Welcome Voices" creative project brings young Germans and refugees together


At the beginning of the year over 100 young Germans and refugees started work on an integration project centred on the staging of a musical. During the course of the project, they not only learnt a lot about their own abilities but also learnt from each other. They then took to the stage together in Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig - supported by N&M apprentices who contributed their know-how in the fields of lighting and audio.

Implementation of Media Technology in German EXPO Pavilion in Kazakhstan


The German pavilion in Astana, the Kazakh capital, was dedicated to "Future Energy", the main theme of this year's EXPO. The insglück agency commissioned N&M to implement the media technology for the presentation concept. An international project team came up with a result that made a great impression on visitors to the pavilion.

10 years of IdeenExpo = 10 years of N&M in Hanover


Since premiering in 2007, IdeenExpo in Hanover has become the country's largest youth event for science and technology. Right from the very beginning, N&M has provided the technical infrastructure for the fair, and since that successful start the company has supported a wide range of customers with its own branch office in the city on the River Leine. That makes 2017 a double jubilee.