A RECENT PROJECT

Gender Lens in Innovation - 2nd online summit

A scientific virtual conference hosting physicians, researchers and CEOs of med-tech startups

The Client:

Nogafem

Type:

Virtual event

Platform:

Zoom

Watch the highlights of the event

Description:

Two hours of virtual event where physician, researchers and med-tech startups presented their work. The event also included a panel and questions from the audience who joined from around the globe.

Previous event

Read information about the first online summit here

Images from the 2nd event

The client say

Dr Ronell Klingman, MD

Dr Ronell Klingman, MD

Co-Founder, NOGAFEM

As a recently founded NGO, this was our first virtual event to a highly professional and scientific audience.

Our Video Captain producer, Itay Filiba, led us step by step throughout the process with the highest degree of professionalism and attention to detail.

On an aesthetic level, the presentation of the screens with the brand colors, graphics and visual elements including split screens and clear visualization of the speakers and their slides made for an extremely enjoyable webinar for the audience.

The outcome was slick, professional, and the keynote speakers appreciated the pre-webinar input as well as the quality of the in-ear technical support with a separate speaker’s virtual stage.

We received extremely positive feedback on our well organized and content-engaging virtual summit.

As this was our first launch event, it was critical that it was viewed as seamless, professional and engaging.

Itay is incredibly patient and leaves no angle to chance. His support in the weeks leading up to the event, were invaluable.

We would like to thank Itay for putting us on our first path to success and look forward to continuing the virtual awareness journey with his expertise and ethos for excellence.

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