We know what you’re facing.
The events industry faces unprecedented disruption. We helped brands overcome similar challenges in 2001 and 2008. There is a lot that can be done to modify an event using technological solutions and the right strategy. Cramer has been a leader in the virtual events space for years because our unique staff that combines creative, strategy, engineering, and tech teams under one (virtual) roof.
While nothing can compete with the power of a face-to-face event, there are multiple methods to engage customers or employees who can’t attend in person. From simple webcasting to virtual events, hybrid events, and small multi-site events featuring two-way communication at Cramer, we’ve done them all.
Technology—with the right strategy—offers solutions
For Dassault Systèmes, we created a hybrid event for their 3D EXPERIENCE World Conference. Broadcasting live for 4 days, viewers were able watch all aspects of the event live including the General Sessions and Keynotes, breakout sessions, exclusive interviews from the Live Studio and live reporting from the exhibit floor. The goal was to bring the event in its entirety to the audience at home— and on demand— like never before.
Blending the power of our video expertise with the sophistication of our event and engineering capabilities, we know how to engage remote audiences. And we’ve done it for brands like Bose, CES, Siemens Healthineers, Dassault Systèmes, Cigna, Quest Diagnostics, and many more.
Cramer partnered with CES to livestream some of the world’s most influential marketing and media leaders to extend the influence of the live event globally.
If you are interested in learning about alternate solutions for an upcoming event—including figuring out when decisions need to be made by or determining the level of complexity and cost a virtual component may add to an existing event—please get in touch. We’re available to walk you through all of your options to ensure your audience stays informed and engaged regardless of location or format.