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Featuring: Virtual Events and MeetingsIn today’s changing landscape the need for virtual experiences is paramount and we stand ready to help. There are a variety of elements to consider as you start to plan a virtual event - from creative content that delivers your brand’s message, to structuring your meeting to ensure engagement and ultimately, success. Allow our team to be your experts to plan and deliver virtual solutions for your audience in the current meetings and events climate.
Welcome to Imprint GroupImprint is a full service experiential agency that is female minority-owned. Whether it’s a Hybrid, full virtual, and “COMING BACK SOON” live IN PERSON experience, our approach is always focused on connecting your Brand with your desired audience so your “IMPRINT” is felt on countless platforms
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Case Study Portfolio
Beaux Arts Rio Ball 2020
For the past 11 years, National Jewish Health has turned to Imprint Group to produce the entertainment for their annual Beaux Arts Ball, a large fundraising event for the hospital. Each year involves a new theme with décor and entertainment to wow guests. This year, Imprint Group infused the Gala with the unmatched energy, sights, sounds, and textures of Brazil’s Rio Carnival. The show was delivered over three vignettes starting with a door pop and flowing through dinner incorporating singing, dancing, mixed martial arts, and more to bring the Rio Ball to life through fully custom in-house produced entertainment.
BBYO International Convention
BBYO, the largest youth organization in the country, called on Imprint Group to produce its four-day 2019 International Convention in Denver, CO over President’s Day weekend. The convention brings together 6,000 attendees, the majority of whom are teenagers, to discuss and organize around positive change for their communities and across the globe. In a new city, with a constrained budget, Imprint set out to create a technical design fit for a younger generation and appropriate for major EDM talent, while also managing more than 262 speakers, presenters, and performers who took the main stage or led one of the 45 breakouts offered daily.
For the 8th consecutive year, National Jewish turned to us to produce the entertainment for their Beaux Arts Ball. With 1,200 guests attend this exclusive and highly anticipated fundraising event is a unique and over-the-top entertainment experience. Our company delivered just that for this year’s “Freedom Ball” with a professional cast of 54 dancers, singers and musicians performing a customized production, including original music and choreography, to bring Broadway’s most popular musical, HAMILTON, to life for guests in Colorado. The entire show burst with the youthful and revolutionary energy focusing on America’s path to Freedom!
“Destination Imagination” took guests on a trip to four unique destinations, all without leaving their seats! The evening’s journey began in the airport lounge, with a custom song performed by our flight crew. With blindfolds in place, a team of 50 transformed the room to the first destination within two minutes! Much to guests’ surprise, they found themselves in Ireland amidst hues of green, new centerpieces and watching an Irish Step group as staff placed featured drinks and Irish fare in front of them. Three additional courses/transitions featuring Japan, Brazil and Ibiza continued the adventure every time blindfolds where raised!
Western Union came to Imprint Group to help them produce their annual kickoff in Orlando. With space being a challenge, the team at WU looked to partner with Imprint Group to come up with the best possible solution to maximize space and ensure to not compromise the key elements of the General Session, multi-day Trade show, Team building activities and Evening Functions. The team at Imprint Group worked closely with both the WU team and the Marriott Grand Lakes team to identify the best “flow” of the event and how best to get attendees from point A to point B, and so on, in the most efficient way without causing confusion and redundancy. Imprint Group created a plan and designed production elements to maximize space while still never compromising WU’s brand and guest expectation. Imprint Group also worked closely with the multiple trade show and exhibit leads at WU to ensure their education seminars were produced properly given the space allocated. Finally, Imprint Group ensured there was a game plan in place to move attendees fluidly through the conference space and each subsequent meeting/event without confusion. The result was a conference that utilized two floors, two separate buildings and two outdoor spaces flawlessly.
Imprint Group’s challenge was to provide 3,000 guests staying at multiple hotels with varying agendas and arriving over a three day period. Over six days, averaging nearly 34 motor coaches daily and 76 in one day, Imprint Group moved nearly 3,000 CCA Global attendees in, out and around Denver. With 10 internal groups, Imprint Group kept them in order – transporting them to their destinations safely and efficiently. Transportation services included scheduled airport shuttles for all attendees, on-call VIP and ADA vehicles, daily shuttle system, golf and baseball group transfers, numerous industry tours and an off-site event transfer utilizing 55 buses. 6 days. 200 buses. 114 transportation staff. Exceptional execution.
Limited Budget Success
IMPRINT was approached by a client hosting a conference for 800 guests with a limited budget who wanted a welcome event that would impress their attendees. Using the hotel’s existing white linens and rented banquet tables from the conference, our staff suggested the welcome reception turn into a “En Blanc Party,” the famous pop-up dinners that are hosted across the globe and were made famous in Paris. We enhanced the event with market lighting, white lanterns and a variety of reasonable entertainment features, including a living statue and photobooth, making the event feel special despite its reasonable cost to produce.
Creative Event Solution
Our association client wanted to host a traditional “block party” for its 650 guests staying at hotels across the city, but had no budget for transportation to an offsite location. We identified an ideal venue – an oversized parking lot located in the center of the city within walking distance from the various hotel group blocks. Additionally, we brought in a variety of food trucks, a portable stage, market lighting and hand-painted murals on temporary walls to create a fun, crowded block party atmosphere. Oversized party games, rustic décor and an interactive DJ to lead an exciting round of karaoke made this event the highest attended in the association’s previous five years of hosting the conference.