For events, we have a dedicated team that works right from the conceptualization of the event up till the final adieu.Being the techno-creative agency that we are, we provide both technical and creative inputs to our clients;
- Technically, we specialize in the audio and video aspects of the event.
- Creatively, we plan and provide exclusive décor to the event that matches the theme of the event.
We have been a part of many successful events. Some of them are:
- Launch of ‘Women’s Cricket World’, a book by Anjum Chopra, ex-captain, Indian Women Cricket Team, co-authored by Sunil Yash Kalra, renowned sports writer and film maker.
The event was held in Hyatt Regency. The USP of the event was a grand sized dummy of the book to be launched. An idea unique in itself, it proved to be a great ‘photo moment’.
The décor of the event was made to give the look and feel of a cricket pitch, going with the theme of the event.
The event was honored by Shri Ajay Maken, Shri KPS Gill and Shri Sharad Powar; prominent names in the field of sports and politics.
- Spread of soap carpet made up of around 1 lakh soaps at Speke Resort in Munyonyo, Uganda.
The soap carpet holds the Limca World Record of the largest soap carpet in the world.
The event was done for Kiboko Group, a Uganda based company run by Indians. The theme of the event was to promote awareness for hygiene and sanitation in Uganda.
- Launch of ‘Poor Cousins of Million Dollar Babies’, a global docu-drama directed by Sunil Yash Kalra, pioneer in the field of Indian Sports.
The event took place at The Claridges, New Delhi amidst the gracious presence of Minister of Power Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia, Screenplay writer of Chak De India Jaideep Sahni and Anjum Chopra, ex captain, Indian Women’s Cricket world. The presence of Hindi film actress Rani Mukherjee, who played the role of a female cricketer in her movie ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ made the event grander.
Other than these, we have also done events for:
- Tis Hazari Courts,
- Indian Military Defence,
- Screening of a sport film on Indian Women Cricket by Sunil Yash Kalra,
- The Indian School and many more.
Our events have always been splendid, attended by known names of society and maintaining security without any loopholes.Our bravura A.Vs and majestic décor have a unique magnetism that our clients keep coming back to us.