Retail Marketing Group introduces E: VENT Virtual & Hybrid Solutions - PCR

The Retail Marketing Group (RMG) has launched E: VENT Virtual & Hybrid Solutions, a virtual world that companies can use to bring people and teams back together. The new E: VENT solutions are designed to protect employees, visitors and customers while working from home. They provide a bespoke virtual environment for exclusive, safe and innovative events and provide confidential board meetings for comprehensive conference productions as well as interactive learning. Employee engagement and celebratory experiences.

The new E: VENT solutions from RMG support tailor-made events for 2 to 10,000 people in a variety of event types. The immersive 3D environment enables users to present live or recorded content, create private rooms for secure conversations and enable networking between participants. Each participant can even create a personalized, interactive avatar that gives the online area an individual touch.

Lysa Campbell, CEO of Retail Marketing Group, said, “Our primary focus was creating a solution that will help bring businesses and communities back together. work together in a way that is safe, flexible and fun for all. With so many people isolated at home during lockdown, our E: VENT solutions allow companies to collaborate and socialize more intensely compared to traditional video conferencing tools. “

RMG has increased its investment in E: VENT solutions and also invested in the right know-how. Experienced event professional Jamie Benedict, as E: VENT director, led this new and exciting offer.

“Although I had over two decades of experience in planning agency events, in live production, in communication and in engagement, I was still impressed by the scope of the virtual world of E: VENT and the potential for virtual and hybrid event experiences create that go beyond the current crop of live streaming service. I can hardly wait for our talented team to offer innovative event experiences on our virtual playground, ”commented Benedict.

The E: VENT world is a flexible and scalable solution to meet the requirements of large and small events, networks or everyday remote work. With the exclusive campus service from RMG, companies can create their own virtual world for long-term use, which includes conference rooms, exhibition rooms, meeting rooms and private discussion rooms. Companies that have worked remotely since March 2020 can now bring teams back together to collaborate, advise and brainstorm in E: VENT’s private work areas.

“The RMG team is already working on a daily basis in our E: VENT world, and since then we have helped a number of companies to use the solution for the benefit of their employees. It feels “real” as if you are part of a group again, enjoying unforgettable experiences together and creating the sense of community that was lacking due to the global pandemic, ”Campbell continued.

After using RMG’s E: VENT for three months, Facebook employees describe the experience as significantly positive. Matthew Thompson, Facebook Community Manager, says, “E: VENT’s virtual office has been a valuable asset to the team since we started working from home. It helps me to structure my working day and enables us as a team to work together on projects and to exchange ideas and insights. “

Shevorne Kattri, Community Manager at Facebook, added, “I enjoy using our E: VENT virtual campus when working from home as it gives me a greater sense of presence. One of my favorite attributes is being able to practically sit in an office and talk to my colleagues when I have to and don’t have to make a phone call. It has allowed us to work better together as a team from home and has noticeably increased morale during the lockdown. “

“We are excited to bring our E: VENT solutions to market and give people the opportunity to change the way they work remotely for the better,” concluded Campbell.

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