Transitioning To Virtual Events

Having trouble figuring out how to turn your canceled event into a virtual success? Let HC2 show you how we do it!  

We converted our client’s auditorium into a virtual studio—you might be surprised by how polished such a simple transformation can look!

We took what was normally a fully attended, in-person event and adapted it to a virtual format by building a film studio and producing quality video and graphics in order to maintain the high standards of our client’s typical meeting. 

The environment was easy to control from a COVID-19 safety standpoint, and we adjusted to the “new normal” by strategically including only essential personnel, tracking temperatures, staggering load-in/load-out, and enforcing masks, work-space distancing, and sanitization stations throughout the space. Meals were handled by having an attendant set and serve the team. The whole process went smoothly since it was a familiar location for Executives to reconnect. 

HC2 curated the presenter decks for the main stage presenters and breakouts, orchestrated the video shoot, handled post-production editing, and managed the look, tone, and feel, allowing us to control the quality from start to finish. 

HC2 Team members and clients worked together to adapt to the new conditions, which resulted in the production of a seamless, successful virtual event!  

Let us show you how—call us today!

 

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