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Is it that time again? Photo of the Month is back, and today we’re kicking off June’s roundup with our third place winner.

Photo of the Month is an internal competition here at Igloo where employees submit their best Igloo-themed photos for the chance to win a prize. This month’s competition got seriously competitive, and we even had to revert to a points-based system as the judges couldn’t agree on a winner.

Without further ado...

Child looking at large Igloo screen with cartoons on.

Taking third place this month, we have this ever-so-cute shot from Henrik Hellman based in our Rotterdam demo centre, showing his four-year-old son watching some cool content in our cylinder there. We love the interactive content on display, combined with a power pose and what we can only imagine was a look of awe (or pure sass) on his face.

Large Igloo screen with a lady on Zoom, background of mountains.

Our second place winner of Photo of the Month, our internal competition here at Igloo, is this picture from Jessica Cooper showing her ‘meeting in the clouds’ with Rebecca Wade. We love the link up between our Shropshire HQ’s immersive workspace, and our London office cylinder, shown via the Microsoft Teams call. And the mountain range adds some excellent ambience.

Igloo technology stand at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE London).

The moment you’ve all been waiting for - our June Photo of the Month winner. Taking the crown this month we have this excellent shot from Gareth Williams, taken from our stand at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE London).

The shot really captures the essence of the day, showing off just how slick our stand was looking, plus our team hard at work giving demos and chatting to passers-by. It was amazing to be back at in-person events once more - we already can’t wait for the next one.

Enjoyed this Photo of the Month series? Don’t worry, we’ll be back with another at the end of July.


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