Real-life events in the digital world

Recent events have catapulted many previously face to face events into the digital space. With virtual and hybrid events looking set to be part of the landscape for the unforeseeable future, we can advise you on the best solution for your event.   You might want to major on networking, or focus on delivery of high-level strategic messages.   Or perhaps you're thinking about hosting a social event online.  For high production values and excellent customer service that doesn't break the bank, talk to us.

Virtual Events Case Studies

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Chartered Institute of Housing

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As the pandemic broke out, we were working on two live conferences for CIH - Brighton in March and Bristol in May. 


Fast forward many months and we have now delivered 2 three-day virtual summits to replace the live events.  Added to that, we've also produced digital masterclasses, an awards ceremony and sponsored ideas labs for the same client team.

"It’s been great working with you and even in these Covid times quite seamless. You should be proud of your work on the conference and from my point of view you are a joy to work with"   Conference steering group member.

Active Travel Delivery Partners


Sadly the full 2020 Active Travel conference had to be cancelled this year.  Undaunted, however, the steering group commissioned us to produce a one-day knowledge sharing event for staff of the seven Active Travel delivery partners.   


With lots of opportunity for real-time networking, the event featured keynote presentation as well as lightning talks about projects which have continued to promote and develop Active Travel in Scotland during the Covid-19 crisis.

"A massive thank you for yesterday, I thought it went brilliantly and the attendance rates were great"  Steering group member

Sustrans Infrastructure Team

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Sustrans' Places for Everyone team believe in having fun while getting the job done, so their recent virtual Team Day was always going to be a bit different.   


A design workshop where attendees worked in groups to solve a school access problem was no easy task when interrupted regularly by a series of bizarre yet thoroughly believable characters.

"I really liked the relaxed atmosphere - the task was a lot of fun!  And the chance to chat informally with colleagues"  Team Day Participant