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Events are where we started, and we still love delivering unique Shared VR experiences. Alongside the growth in the enterprise side of our business, we also want to take our events business to the next level. And, to that end, we’ve recently appointed Suzi Thrift as Head of Global Events.

Suzi was previously Vice President and Production Director at Jack Morton Worldwide, the global brand experience agency and, before that, Production Director at RPM Ltd. Her brief is to work hand-in-hand with agencies and brands to help them get the very best from #SharedVR. She’ll also be strengthening our partnerships with creatives and content creators, helping them explore new immersive storytelling techniques.

And, having worked on the client-side of some of our most prestigious projects, she knows all about the magic that Igloo #SharedVR can bring to a live event.

We’re thrilled to have Suzi on board and excited by what the future holds for our events offer. So, if you’re thinking of integrating #SharedVR into your next event, we’d love to hear from you. Or, for more background, why not read more about how we can add that extra special touch to your event?



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