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Company Conference

Our client approached us to create their annual company conference. The first company wide, in-person conference after Covid restrictions were lifted. This was a large conference about the company’s performance, strategy and direction.

The aim of the event was to communicate directly with all of their team and look forward to their goals and projections for the coming year, before celebrating in the evening with a festival-themed party. This 400-attendee conference involved presentations, panel talks and Q&A sessions. To achieve this, they needed a large (14 metre) LED video wall erected at the venue, Wyboston Lakes in Bedfordshire.

The venue was fantastic but with so many attendees, we were presented with various challenges: fitting everyone in, fitting the equipment in alongside the attendees and, crucially, making sure everyone could see the stage and screen. Put simply, we had a lot we needed to achieve and little space to achieve it in!

To remedy this, we made plenty of site visits prior to the event to scope out the space. Using our visualisation software, we could plan out the spacing of the room to the millimetre. Limited power supply at the venue meant we opted for all-LED stage lights so that we could run the entire set up from local 13amp power sockets. For the fourteen metre LED video wall we used a one-metre-deep ground support that maximised floor space. We also introduced curved edges to the stage to create a walkway for guests to use where there would have otherwise been dead space.

Renault Arkarna Car Launch

They asked us to work with us to produce the UKJ product launch of Renault’s all new Arkana, voted UK’s Best Hybrid Car.

The event took place during covid restrictions which meant we were challenged with how to create an engaging product launch without having any in-person attendees.

To achieve a covid-safe product launch we worked closely with the Ignition team to create an interactive virtual event. It would be streamed live to the Renault dealer network so viewers could ask questions from home and have them answered in real-time – as if they were there in person.

During the event the car would be presented via a live stream to a virtual audience. Part of our remit was to design the studio this would take place in. It needed to be attractive for the viewers at home and deliver a dynamic look and feel; matching up to the innovative product Ignition were presenting.

We needed to come up with a solution which would deliver for the viewers and logistically work in Ignition’s chosen location of the Concept Building at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire. Taking into account social distancing for our team, presenters and clients, we needed to plan to the millimeter. We did this prior to the event using our CAD software and from this produced photographic-like visuals for our client to truly see what we can achieve for them.

The livestream took place three times a day over three days – and simply nothing could go wrong once we were live. But some careful planning, a few site visits, a team effort from us, our client Ignition and the venue and we were there.

 

The result was an imressive virtual event that showcased Renault’s all new product to the public, despite restrictions, in an interactive and engaging way.