Digital Studio Events

When times require it and new challenges arise, every event professional adapts and sometimes even reinvents himself/herself with new additional services. This is exactly what we have done with our partners. We have put in place state-of-the-art production, transmission and broadcasting services for digital events. Whether an advanced webinar or webcast, we have the right solution for meetings and events of all kinds, in the current COVID times. We give you access to professional studios where we film and broadcast your event, and alternatively we can make it happen at your place, with our equipment and know-how. We offer technical solutions (capture, projection), organizational solutions (staging, presentation), and broadcasting solutions (creation of live content, communication on social networks, press relations with international TV channels).

Studios are configured and adapted to the format of the event, to the number of panelists. The sets change depending on the theme, attention is given to the backdrop and the furniture. Speakers are taken care of upstream so that they can work on their speech and appearance, the aim being to give a professional tone to virtual events such as when broadcasting live shows on TV sets. The events industry is thus undergoing rapid change and is reinventing itself at the rate of health developments linked to COVID. These new formats will undoubtedly still be used after the pandemic with the aim of retaining a large audience and will be combined with face-to-face participants. That being said, we remain huge fans of Live events, meetings in person, and we’re eager to get back to organizing “real” meetings, on top of our innovative digital offerings.

Please get in touch with us to work out the format and solutions for your next event !


Then vs now

Events, whether a private party or a promotional corporate event, have always played a part in connecting people and communities. Technology advances have changed the way in which people plan and host events.

The earliest events and gatherings promoted peace and friendship between tribes and clans. Did you know that the first known event planner was Cleopatra? She hosted very fancy meetings to attract lovers. Cleopatra entered one meeting by sailing down the Nile River on a boat filled with candles, perfume, and lavish food, in order to impress Emperor Marc Antoine. Back then, messages were hand delivered and it could take weeks if not months to deliver them.

The French royalty continued elaborate parties and events. Rich aristocratic women were in charge of event management and entertaining the King. The most notable was Madame Pompadour, the mistress to King Louis XV of France, and Marie Antoinette. Numerous feasts, festivals and weddings required skilled planners, to coordinate the music, food, costumes, and themes.

The Industrial Revolution created the need for meetings and events to expand beyond parties for the rich, in order to grow businesses. With stronger economies and increased manufacturing, it became necessary for people to set up meetings, trade shows, and events in order to collaborate and grow sales. More transportation options, such as rail lines, meant people could attend more events and meetings.

In the 20th century, the growth of event planning as a profession took off with the investment of wealthy families who required the services of planners to handle the preparations for their wedding, parties and receptions. The complexity of events, both personal and corporate, began to require professional help to organize the various elements, from sending invitations to managing caterers.

The introduction of mobile phones and the internet had an enormous impact on event planning. Communication can happen at any time of the day and from anywhere in the world. A person can create, find, register, and document an event by using one small portable device.

Prior to the 1990s and 2000s, event organizers had to use hand-written registration processes and all documents were physically mailed. It could take days to reach the right place and documents could easily get lost. Now, documents can be emailed or uploaded instantly and registration forms can be filled out online.

Before the internet, attendees had to pull out a physical map to find the location of an event, which was sometimes difficult and stressful. Now, you simply need to type an address into Google Maps to receive step-by-step directions in real time.

Do you want to know who’s attending an event? You once had to call your friends or ask them in person. Now, through social media and events organization websites, attendees can see virtually who is interested in or attending an event.

Before the internet, flyers, posters, and word-of-mouth were popular ways to advertise events. Now, people can search for events by using websites like Facebook. Users can type in their location and find hundreds of events they may not have even known existed.

The most considerable change technology has provided is to have more control over event management. Software and websites allow people to build advertisements for events with user-friendly and professional formats. Ticket sales and registration are organized in one spot. In the fast-paced world of the internet, time is limited and valuable. Event management websites and apps save people time while providing easy options for creating events.

Special events spending worldwide was recently estimated at $500 billion. Globalization has played an enormous part in the success of the event planning industry, as events take place across the globe. The current pandemic might have hit this business pretty badly and slowed its growth temporarily. But events have a very long history and they are certain to remain an important part of our daily lives. Vitalis Events is a proud member of that industry, since 2003, and we would be delighted to help you build your next corporate event, in a safe way.


Visit beautiful Interlaken!

Spring is a perfect season to visit Switzerland. And that’s what one of our customers did on the annual outing around Interlaken on a 2-day tour.

A circuit which will make you discover the Jungfraujoch and its panorama at an altitude of more than 3400 meters; a gourmet dinner in one of the most beautiful palaces in the region; a stroll between the falls of Geissbach famous for the passage of Sherlock Holmes, to be completed by the visit of the museum which is dedicated to him; lunch on a boat around the lake to take advantage of this beautiful region for the last time before returning home with a smile on your face.

The city “in-between-lakes” and its region contain many treasures and offer a diversity of landscapes marked by lakes and mountains. Make it your next nature destination!

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