A partnership between two Cork companies has resulted in a new business venture aimed to help businesses reconnect with their audiences at a time when physically attending events is not possible.
VE Studio Cork is a virtual event space created by Cork event management company Event Plan and audio visual and digital specialists CAVS.
The modern 3,200 ft. warehouse facility at North Link Business Park will enable people to experience the atmosphere they would expect from physically attending a conference, corporate event, awards ceremony or product launch from the safety of their own work or home space.
The virtual event space consists of three different styles of event zone and the studio allows for virtual and hybrid-virtual events to take place in a safe, controlled and socially-distanced environment.
The setting creates an engaging live-streaming event space, which can include pre-produced content, audience interactivity and scalable end-to-end event solutions to distribute on any digital platforms.
The combination of multiple-camera and virtual camera set-ups, along with state-of-the-art digital projection, visual and audio technology, helps to create a unique and interactive live event experience.
Events can be pre-recorded, recorded as live or run completely live-streamed with the ability to connect to any social media, online video or digital communications platform.
Director at Event Plan, Jenny O’Flynn, said that a “new business reality” has been prepared for since Covid-19 hit and is “now looking forward to getting back to working with clients on future events”.
General Manager of CAVS Cork, Thomas Morrissey, also noted the benefits that virtual events can deliver for clients.
“Virtual events allow larger audience reach by broadcasting without the barriers of travel, capacity limits or social distancing requirements.
“They also allow you to connect with your attendees wherever they are. In our current fast-paced, ever-changing business climate, we wanted to present a simple solution during a complicated time. Live events will bounce back eventually, but it looks like virtual is here to stay,” he said.
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