To say the design of the ISF World Congress virtual venue was a mammoth undertaking would be an understatement.
We proposed and tried new things - such as an evening event lobby that flipped at 8 AM the next morning to the daytime lobby!
The venue was a custom-designed virtual venue in a bright, spacious atrium lobby leading to seven main rooms over two stories with a four-room exhibit hall, and additional 6 event rooms.
Over 3478 registrants from 397 member organizations in 80 countries logged into the virtual event produced over five days in a continuous 24-hr broadcast/livestreaming.
Delegates were blown away by the true-to-life experience, many commenting they felt like they were at an ISF live conference.
The venue had attendees saying they felt like they were attending an in-person ISF Congress.
The TK Difference
Our signature venue features included a Speaker Gallery, designed in an art gallery theme showcasing industry-leading speakers and visionaries - including Sir Bob Geldof (Creator of Live Aid).
An Interactive Lounge - featured the popular photo booth where delegates could stop by for a selfie. Photos appeared in a branded photo mosaic. Interactive features included gamification through quizzes and the "passport to prizes" scavenger hunt in the exhibit hall.
The ISF Expert Lounge provided networking opportunities and attendee drop-in sessions in the boardroom with key representatives.
The stand-out innovative feature was the Opening Night Venue - designed to reflect a nighttime theme in the atrium, promoting the concert by popular Edinburgh-based band 'Texas'. The "Fringe" bar was a hub to take a photo "with the band", play a quiz on their "Texas Knowledge" and then click into the Concert Stage to watch the band's private performance.