The Digital Event Awards are known for recognising excellence in the production and delivery of digital events. Over the last 2 years we have been working hard to supply event organisers with the much needed technology and innovation to ensure their events are available to their audience. Now the events industry is heading into the new world of hybrid events, and we have been at the forefront of hybrid development in the events space.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for 5 awards:
Best Webinar Series - World Architecture Festival: WAF was forced to go digital, it set an enormous challenge for the team at Silverstream. With over 600 building projects from all over the world due to be presented in Lisbon, they needed to virtually capture their presentations in a very short space of time.
Best Digital Exhibition - The Photography Show ‘Spring Shoots': The brief to present an all-digital exhibition to two of the most technically savvy industries presented Silverstream with many challenges. The two day event had 7 stages and they all needed to be streamed live, with live subtitles.
Best Digital Product Launch - NICE 5 Year Strategy Launch: Silverstream felt it was important that the event felt like it came from a real place, so they created a virtual set, with the NICE branding. The event was hosted by a specialist social affairs journalist, Richard Vize, who presented in front of a greenscreen in his dining room. The Health Minister, Lord Bethall, appeared live from his office in Whitehall and the management team appeared from home via TV screens in the virtual set.
Best Live Streaming Experience - FutureBook: Four streams spread over 5 days attracted 1200 people from 20 countries. It also allowed the organisers to bring in CEOs from abroad who they hadn’t been able to attract to the London event before.
Best Digital Event Production Company - Silverstream TV: We’ve transformed our offices into a state-of-the-art broadcast center – investing in 30 transmission galleries, a backup generator and dual fibre lines. On one day in 2021 the team were live streaming 21 events – more simultaneous transmissions than the BBC! Transmission galleries can work on their own – to stream simple events or in networks, with multiple machines connected together.