About us

At TecInteractive, our goal is to help people work more collaboratively together using smart and simple workplace tech solutions.
Our team of experts are on hand to support your business by creating effective workspaces which improve your team’s productivity and communication.
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Meet our leadership team

We pride ourselves on offering smart and simple tech. Both our leadership team and wider staff are dedicated to implementing solutions that improve collaboration and efficiency.

Meet the key members of our leadership team below and see/learn what they do within TecInteractive.

Richard Davies MRICS

Richard Davies MRICS

Partner, Goodrich Consulting LLP

The installed technology truly elevates every meeting experience, making it more enjoyable and much more productive. With TecInteractive by our side, we can confidently say that we’re always one step ahead.

Their innovative solutions and forward-thinking approach ensure that we stay ahead of the curve.

Rosie Cottle

Rosie Cottle

Google Review

Excellent service!! We had a new screen and sound system installed in the office for the purpose of hybrid meetings. The guys who came to install the tech were so efficient and helpful – giving me a clear explanation on how to operate going forward. Would highly recommend!

Les Day

Les Day

Commercial Director, Asecos Ltd

Their expertise and professionalism were evident from the initial consultation to the final installation. We wholeheartedly recommend TecInteractive for their innovative solutions, expert knowledge in all things AV as well as their unwavering commitment to get it right for their customer.

Watch our video to learn more on how we can help your business with cutting-edge audio-visual solutions.

Our history

  1. TecInteractive Founded

    Malt Shovel Pub - Where it all began
    Where it all began!

    TecInteractive founded in the Malt Shovel Inn in Wirksworth by Tom Bamford & Rich Vine.

    “At the time we had:

    — No customers
    — No contacts
    — No experience of running a business
    — Very little money (we threw in £50 each)

    But we did have a strong vision – to help people work smarter using interactive technology”

  2. The 'Becta boom' years

    Interactive Whiteboards

    After building our own website and winning a few sales, we became the go-to supplier to many educational colleges across Birmingham. This was during the “Becta boom” years when every classroom demanded an Interactive Whiteboard!

  3. Early adopter stage

    We took interactive technology into the business market, as we saw many opportunities to help improve collaborative working. During these years we were still in the “early adopter” stage, so we were dealing with some big names in food manufacturing, retail, construction, banking, entertainment, transport and media …. even diamonds!

  4. London Olympics 2012

    Video Conferencing

    We were chosen by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) in London to supply and install interactive technology in all their offices to help with planning the London 2012 Olympics.
    A truly amazing experience!

  5. Video Conferencing origins

    Video Conferencing

    A shift away from purely interactive tech and into video conferencing, which was still growing slowly year on year (we all said the tidal wave will come at some point!)

  6. All aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth!

    HMS Queen Elizabeth
    HMS Queen Elizabeth

    We were asked by the Royal Navy to put forward a proposal for AV equipment for the launch event of the UKs newest aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth. That is a site survey our team will never forget - our faces must have been a picture when we realised who the event VVIP was..!

  7. Support services launched

    Support services launched, meaning we can support our customers with all their AV technology issues and help them get the most from the tech.

  8. Growth during the pandemic ... and a move to Ashbourne

    Albany Court
    Albany Court

    The pandemic had its grip on the world and represented a huge leap forwards for our customers in terms of their use of video.

    As Starleaf fell, Zoom and then later MS Teams became the dominant force in the world of video conferencing. With hybrid working becoming an accepted norm for many businesses, our AV tech is now a business critical thing.

    A move to a much larger facility in Ashbourne, plus significant growth of the team means we continue to strive forwards into the future.

From the Blog

Client Case Studies

Selected Projects

A selection of  AV projects for clients across the UK