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We’re no longer afraid to act the eejit on a Zoom meeting The video conference has become a place where we are relaxed and authentic. Most of us have become comfortable enough to remove the filter, and it’s not as important to tidy up or dress formally for meetings. The
Put humans in the loop and delight them with helpful tech. . Your brand story. Your building is one of the ways you tell your brand story. Your building presents an opportunity to totally immerse people in your values, your ethics, your empathy and truly engage with staff, clients and
Audio Visual Communication has the capacity to transform your event or presentation from a snooze-fest into a heightened sensory experience that leaves a lasting impression. Not so long ago, most boardroom meetings consisted of simply setting up a projector and included a basic sound system. But the way we communicate with
How do you and your team innovate on yet another Zoom or MS Teams meeting? Everybody is talking about innovation these days, it has almost become a cliche, maybe some people are suffering from innovation fatigue. And then of course there's the added constraint of the new workplace rules
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