As discussions are taking place once again on transitioning live events to a virtual or hybrid option, The Special Event Company is thrilled to offer solutions for all three types of events. For the past year and a half, the company has worked with many clients to successfully transition their live, in-person events to virtual communications, remaining their clients’ partner through the entire process.

“Because we’re able to transition with our client’s event and communications needs, we truly become their partner, providing not only peace of mind but strategic advice, guidance and execution regardless of the changing landscape,” said CEO, Sally Webb. “We’re able to save our clients time, energy and money – they find comfort knowing we’re able to remain agile and pivot with them if and when needed,” Webb added.

In today’s world, a company may start out planning a live event while simultaneously drafting a backup plan in case they need to transition the event to a virtual (or even hybrid) experience. Many times, companies are also sourcing a virtual event or video production company as a part of the backup plan. With the comprehensive offering that The Special Event Company provides, customers have the freedom and security to make seamless transitions between methods.

The addition of the state-of-the-art film and broadcast studio (The Studio), coupled with the growing demand for virtual event and communication solutions has truly transformed The Special Event Company into a one-stop-shop to produce creative, innovative experiences to maximize an organization’s communications outcomes at an economical price.

For additional information or to set up a studio tour, contact:
Joy Matheny