The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is geared up for 2021 with its extensive One-Stop Virtual Solution in its endeavour to keep businesses connected with its community and the wider world, in the new global business environment.
This latest solution encompasses brand new studios that are fitted with production-grade audio and visual equipment combined with 400 Megabit of Internet bandwidth, two separate power supplies, a dedicated network backbone and a qualified team of technical experts to advise and deliver any virtual and hybrid event needs, ranging from set or event production and technical design to live broadcast and streams.
“Hosting a digital event, whether conference, exhibition or corporate function, is very different to a physical event and we at the Centre are here to make that transition as smooth as possible for our clients and their delegates. Our One-Stop Virtual Solution was designed prioritising your peace of mind. Our knowledgeable and experienced team are trained to guide our clients in the right direction to execute a successful and seamless digital event, all while in strict compliance to all safety SOPs,” he continued.
As part of the One-Stop Virtual Solution, the Centre offers a highly interactive and immersive virtual platform that integrates live streams and existing video hosting tools, including Zoom, YouTube and Vimeo, and is equipped with a globally recognised systematic registration for attendees.
For specific needs, depending on the event and client requirement, the Centre also offers tailor-made solutions for any digital event setup including a Command Centre.
President of Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia, Farah bt Fosley, shared, “We selected the Centre for our virtual 2021 Budget Seminar because of its world-class reputation that complements our organisation and its quality assurance. The delivery of our first virtual event was impressive. The Centre’s one-stop service made it easy and smooth for us to focus on the seminar’s content. The excellent broadband of the Centre means that the live-streaming was seamless without any buffer or lag. Our participants thoroughly enjoyed the e-seminar.”
Pryor concluded, “Pablo Picasso once said, everything you can imagine is real. Due to Covid-19 we are all striving to re-imagine our reality, and creativity has become our greatest asset. Manoeuvring the new norms has set us firmly on the roads less taken, especially for us in the business events industry. While digitisation was already slowly penetrating the industry, Covid-19 has definitely made the plunge inevitable and urgent. This is not a time for adaptation but implementation.”
The Hybrid Studio packages start from RM23,200 nett per day and the Virtual Studio packages are for a minimum of 4 hours at RM9,280. Call +603 2333 2888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about the solution you need! For more information, visit the Centre’s website.
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Angeline van den Broecke
Director of Global Business Development and Marketing
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Head of Marketing and Communication
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre