Start-up Evowk has been developing innovative solutions to help businesses create meaningful conversations online.
This game-changing virtual conferencing and networking platform was designed to translate the real-world expo and conference experience into the digital realm through beautiful 3D visuals and innovative features that offer reams of customisation.
Each of Evowk’s digital spaces – including fully-functional event lobbies, auditoriums, and networking lounges – can be endlessly personalised, with exhibition stalls capable of displaying a range of marketing media, such as moving graphics and videos.
“Extensive research and numerous competitor demos showed us that great technology is available, but there was a need to bridge the gap to offer the personal support and flexibility required to transmit complex conferences and events,” explains David Spiteri, General Manager of Evowk, in the latest issue of iGaming Capital.
“Client expectations made us step out of our comfort zone, find the right partners, and re-skill to now be in a position where we are fully flexible to offer our clients live, virtual, and hybrid event solutions,” he continues.
The brainchild of a team boasting years of experience in large-scale event management and conferences, Evowk was a direct response to the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, which effectively imposed a new normality to in-person events overnight.
Evowk officially hosted its first successful corporate event in December 2020, and has since offered its services to international clients and local businesses. The team has plans to introduce further upgrades and unique features soon.
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