- Progressing Digitally Together
- Paris studio
- 3,5 hours hybrid event with top management presenting from Paris studio and attendees joining via an interactive video platform - Live Q&A and Award Ceremony
- Ran dual track physical and virtual preparations before choosing virtual. Worked with the Verallia team from May through December 2020 to deliver the event for them in spite of the global pandemic
Verallia is the European leader and the world’s third largest producer of glass packaging for beverages and food products. They redefine the way glass is manufactured, reused and recycled, to make it the most sustainable packaging material in the world.
Having assisted Verallia with their IPO in 2019, we were chosen to support them again in 2020, this time with the closing internal event of 2020 – the Leaders Meeting (reimagined as Progressing Digitally Together given the pandemic ultimately preventing a physical meeting). December 2020, Mediatree has helped Verallia organising their first fully digital internal annual Leaders meeting, reuniting 325 key members of their teams across 11 different countries. The event was streamed out from a studio in Paris where the management were able to present safely from. It was then streamed via an interactive platform to allow the participants to watch and engage with this important year end meeting.
Studio and catering sourcing, extensive production support, logistical support and event management, invitation management, production of the corporate videos, award trophies, presentation slide design, development of the video platform and webcast.
Lenta Capital Markets Day 2021
Client focus on our longstanding relationship with GVS
IPO Roadshow, Interim IRO support, IPO Microsite and IR Website, Analyst Presentation, Listing Ceremony
Client focus on our relationship with Enel
Client focus on our relationship with Orange
Client focus on our longstanding relationship with Etalon
Astorg Virtual AGM and LPAC 2020
N Brown Group
Presentation Support for JP Morgan Presentation
GVS listed on the Borsa Italiana raising €570,5 million. It was the first Italian IPO to be executed entirely virtually.