Case Studies

More virtual room to grow

Philconstruct has been serving the industry for three decades, steadily growing in size and visitorship over the years. Due to Covid-19, last year was the first time the tradeshow was held virtually.

An open affair

One of Singapore’s testbed hybrid events since the country restarted its MICE activity, the Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific 2020 kicked off with a physical opening ceremony as an experimental “bolt-on” feature.

Sticking it out

This was the first tradeshow to take place in Hong Kong since the pandemic started, and although event organisers were initially apprehensive, visitor turnout surpassed last year's record.

Rethinking the event experience

Despite the pandemic, cancelling the annual Phitex, the largest government-organised travel trade event in the country, was not an option.

The show must go on

The Beijing InfoComm China 2020 proceeded with a physical edition in September with numerous safety measures in place, instead of taking the virtual route as many others have during this uncertain climate.

Leading by example

Organisers of the APACMed Virtual Forum successfully pulled off one of the first hybrid meetings to take place in Singapore where 50 on-site delegates were joined by a larger number online.

Leveraging gaming for online events

RADX was engaged by Excelpoint Systems to transform their trade conference from an offline event to a wholesome digital experience.

As close to reality it gets

The Global Virtual • Reality Conference took after its namesake this year, where the physical exhibition was transformed into a digital event in under two weeks.

Pushing the digital frontier

The physical CAREhab 2020 was morphed into a virtual affair due to the pandemic, where the latter provided healthcare professionals with access to convenient learning, cross-sharing opportunities and networking activities

A night to remember

Unwilling to bow to the pandemic, Manulife Singapore works with its partners to take its celebratory gala online