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 •  February 20

59) THE VIRTUAL EVENT Virtual and hybrid meetings gain momentum as they become a critical part of the live event strategy, assuaging marketers’ fears that they would cannibalize entire portfolios of live events. Examples: Met Life for the first time makes a virtual event a significant part of a push to connect with advisors, and pulls it off...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 15

How the brand engaged thousands of consumers at its LG SIGNATURE press event LG launched its LG SIGNATURE line of high-end appliances at a press event in New York City’s Rockefeller Center that was as well crafted as the products themselves. A “see-through” pop-up gallery and a roster of brand ambassadors from the fields of fashion, culinary, art...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 13

Like travel, music can transport people to another place and time, a concept that served as the underpinning of the strategy behind The Points Guy’s pre-Grammy Awards event on Jan. 23 in New York City, hosted in partnership with Starwood Preferred Guest. The travel guide platform leveraged one of the biggest pop culture moments of the year to...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 12

For its first major presence at CES in several years, Google put all its gumballs in one playful basket with a Las Vegas takeover for Google Assistant designed around the product’s call-to-action, “Hey Google.” The program involved a visual takeover with “Hey Google” out-of-home ads in 54 locations, including the airport, at hotels along the Strip...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 7

Trading in a flashy stand for a subdued, but demo-rich footprint, Amazon and Intel parked their Smart Life Road Show Airstream trailer outside the Las Vegas Convention Center for CES (Jan. 9-12), showcasing the capabilities of Amazon Alexa (powered by Intel technology), Alexa-integrated products and partners, as well as advances in intelligent...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 6

It’s not easy to make a house a home, but LG managed to do just that at the 2018 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, where it earned the Best Booth award in the large booth category. Equipped with a large-scale, multi-level dwelling designed to look and feel like a real house, LG offered the show’s audience of nearly 80,000 building...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 5

Think of Honda and, typically, automobiles and motorcycles come to mind. But with an array of new mobility solutions and partnerships outside of the automotive space, the brand leveraged its 80-foot by 80-foot booth at CES (Jan. 9-12 in Las Vegas) to showcase its vision for 2030—a society where humans and robots work in unison to create a better...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 2

Kodak unveiled an evolution of its urban-inspired stand at CES 2018, shifting its focus from professional users in the “Kodak Studio” last year to a broad range of creatives in this year’s “Kodak Downtown” footprint. The exhibit design, which has evolved over three years across multiple shows and activations, allowed attendees to experience Kodak’s...

Event Design Magazine

 •  February 1

HP and Intel festivalized their annual after-party and product showcase at CES 2018, incorporating activations that had consumers lining up for hours at Coachella and Panorama last year. The event, Create. Innovate. Festivate., held on Jan. 11 at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, featured more than 1,500 HP and Intel executives, channel...

Event Design Magazine

 •  January 25

In the 10 years since Spotify was founded, one thing has become clear to the brand: culture happens on Spotify. The digital music service took that mantra to heart this year at CES, the world’s largest consumer electronics show and a tent-pole event that helps the brand set the stage for what’s to come in the year ahead. From panel talks to...