MootUp Case Studies
SLS Event Agency – Fujitsu Event in the Metaverse
Before they came across MootUp, SLS had been searching for some time for a digital event platform that was metaverse ready. They wanted to host training sessions for customers that were more engaging than the typical Teams or Zoom get-togethers. It was vital that over a 2–3-day event participants were as engaged and ready to learn as possible.
75th Anniversary of the United Nations Organization
Dsgnrswrkshp Case Study: Empowering The Black Community on the Metaverse
The organization needed the virtual event to be a smooth experience that created a sense of healing among participants which included black designers, journalists, and vendors.
Believing that 2021 symbolized change, progress, and unity, it was important for dsgnrswrkshp that their events platform used the latest technology and showcased how the metaverse can combat Zoom fatigue and build a sense of community.
Curtin University Adopting the Metaverse: Case Study
By adopting the latest developments in the metaverse, learning and development professionals, as well as educational institutions, HR, and training departments, can take the lead. Curtin University is a great example of this. The organization has developed an award-winning platform with LearnBrite that enables trainee health and community professionals to develop their real-world physiotherapy skills in a virtual setting.
VR4Business Events in the Metaverse: Case study
VR4Business wanted the latest metaverse platform to create multi-user tours and VR team-building exercises. When they found Mootup, they were looking for a virtual platform that was flexible and didn’t require software to be downloaded.
An example of how VR4Business used gamification and interactions. Franck Milet and his team created an escape room experience for one of the company’s customers who’se daughter was studying abroad and couldn’t meet with the family on her birthday.
Business In The Metaverse. ION Event Agency Case Study
MootUp was their go-to choice not only because of the platform’s unique features and considerable technical capabilities which matched their clients’ high standards. But also because it was clear that MootUp was committed and would provide ION with any assistance they needed. This was especially reassuring because the ION team were in Beth’s own words ‘non-techie’.
The user-friendliness of the platform and MootUps assistance meant within a relatively short space of time ION created ‘virtual worlds’ for both events on the platform that matched their clients’ complex needs.
Asahi GoodDay Launch Case Study
As a global brand Asahi has a phenomenal reach with products available in over 90 countries and growing. This reach and growth are a result of acquisitions but also innovation. This case study explores just that, the company’s expansion into new markets and their desire to innovate. A beverage created especially for the Filipino market, Good Day cultured milk.
Healthcare Futurists Case Study
Every year Healthcare Futurists offers ‘Hackathons’; these are events where individuals are asked to come forward with innovative ideas to solve medical problems. They tend to be of two types. The first, open to individuals, and the second are closed events in which participants all belong to the same company (which has sponsored the event).
Case Study: Maspira Group Exploring The Metaverse
Virtual and hybrid events platforms allow event planners to easily host immersive and engaging experiences for clients. When the Maspira Groupe was looking to adapt their virtual events strategy in the wake of the pandemic, they had a very specific set of demands. We’ll hear more about those requirements shortly.
Case Study: Impartner Immersive Virtual Summit
Impartner was clear that what they wanted was far more than a one-off virtual event. Their vision was about bringing people together, community building, sharing expertise, and bringing the fun and value of in-person events back.
What did this translate to? An interactive virtual world. They wanted a fully functional conference center.
The Hub Group Agency Case Study
The Hub group has always been a digital events agency. However, the pandemic meant a flood of new clients who would otherwise have had in-person events. This meant that the organisation had to find a platform that could specifically solve the potential client’s challenges.
TEDx hosts their first ever 3D immersive virtual event
MootUp was used at the “Next Roaring 20’s” TEDx event held by TEDxLeuven. The XR, VR-ready unique and innovative technology-enabled Tedx to change the dynamic of their traditional conference-room events and deliver a unique experience in a virtual venue where attendees could meet new people, network and interact as they would in real life.
75th Anniversary of the United Nations Organization
Association of African American Financial Advisors Annual Event
The feeling of ‘being there’ comes from the sense of presence and belonging inherent in an immersive 3D avatar-based experience. MootUp was created with that exact thought in mind. It supports and encourages human interaction for professional and social networking alike. It uses 3D immersive and web-based virtual reality experiences that are “close to what would be experienced in real life”.
Enterprise Tech Case Study: Dell
Dell wanted to allow their customers to virtually demo the products they were launching for their ‘Classroom of the Future’. Instead of shipping heavy equipment and facilitating 1:1 in-person meetings, they wanted an evergreen, interactive, virtual experience that allowed customers to explore the product suite on-demand.
Tennessee Boys State First Hybrid Event in MootUp
The TN Boys State Program faced many challenges in going virtual, such as making it possible for the delegates to campaign for mock elections, building camaraderie between city members, the ability for delegates to engage during presentations with each other and the presenters, and limited options for city competitions (to name a few).
Events in the Metaverse iGoOver Case Study
Luca Sancricca, the co-founder of event agency iGoOver, wanted to create a virtual gathering that shone a light on the latest developments in the health and education sectors. When Sancricca was looking for a platform for his multi-industry clients, he had a specific set of needs.
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