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Partner News: ICC Sydney’s Connect Hub supports Pathology Update 2022
A recent hybrid event, Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia’s Pathology Update 2022, is the subject of an in-depth case study highlighting the way ICC Sydney’s Connect Hub supported the enhancement of this important event.
ICC Sydney’s team delivered unwavering support and expertise to plan both in person and online event experiences and deliver a seamless presentation of the 2022 event.
Delegates reconnected and networked face to face at ICC Sydney while those joining online were engaged to feel connected and part of Pathology Update 2022 via the ICC Sydney Connect platform. ICC Sydney’s unique Digital Concierge service, overseen by a Hybrid Events Coordinator, included the provision of online speaker advice, counsel and technical support.
This service arranges both pre-event and on the day event presenter logistics, supported by the customisable ICC Sydney Connect platform — optimising both the speaker and online delegate experience.
ICC Sydney’s Connect platform supported exhibitors to have an online presence in addition to their physical one in The Gallery.
To read the full Pathology Update 2022 case study, click here.
To read the full blog by Brian Nash, Director of Audio Visual, click here.
Reconnect with the team today:
Dana Fish, Senior Manager, Business Development National Associations
ICC Sydney’s Approach to Innovation in a World Transformed by the Pandemic
The need to gather at events never stopped — even throughout the last two years, the demand was there, and the drive to navigate gathering restrictions prompted our team to creatively develop the venue’s hybrid event solutions, leading our industry to provide an end to end, high quality solution, and swiftly bring it to market.
Remaining open to deliver events throughout the pandemic, ICC Sydney successfully delivered a total of 352 events with 200,000 attendees, plus to an additional online audience of at least 200,000 (via 200 in person events, 80 virtual events and 72 hybrid events) during the 2021 financial year.
Fast forward to today, we now have thousands of visitors passing through ICC Sydney’s doors daily again, and a new era has begun. Rather than halting the services that evolved during the pandemic, we enhanced them, giving event organisers the benefit of even more flexibility and increased, integrated services through ICC Sydney’s Connect Hub.
One thing that hasn’t changed over recent years is the world class service delivered for our clients. ICC Sydney’s core team has been upskilled and scaled up, but our exceptionally high service standards remain. Our expert audio visual team takes pride in their work because they are passionate about creating extraordinary events for our valued clients who are embracing the new technology as they get back to meeting face to face.
I am pleased to update you on the full spectrum of Connect Hub services that support clients in today’s operating environment, elevating our industry-leading virtual and hybrid event services.
What is the Connect Hub?
‘Connect Hub’ is a new one stop destination for speakers preparation and digital event solutions. The integrated service encompasses complex program delivery support via:
- Hybrid events solutions
- Onsite speaker preparation
- Digital concierge to support remote presenters
- ICC Sydney Connect event platform
- A dedicated broadcast studio
- Edit suite
- Digital signage management.
Connect Hub is a true end-to-end solution for managing all events, be it face to face, virtual or a hybrid of the two.
In the true spirit of innovation, ICC Sydney will continue to keep one eye on the future and we have plans to further invest in new equipment that will take conferencing and events to even greater heights. I look forward to keeping our valued clients and stakeholders updated on these developments.