As the lights have dimmed at on-ground event venues, businesses have turned to video communications platforms to conduct events or brand activations. A virtual platform aims to take this digital experience a few notches higher with a multi-dimensional online event space.
VEAP or Virtual Events and Activations Platform, owned by Tagline Group of Companies and developed by Binary Digital Advertising, is a low-touch digital space for clients looking to pursue immersive brand engagement efforts – bringing the experience of on-ground events to the digital space. It was launched on June 30 last year.
Clients can create and customize themes and environments as well as integrate other features to make their events more immersive and exciting.
Tagline touts VEAP as a synergy of expertise in traditional below-the-line (BTL) advertising, out-of-the-box thinking, and the power of digital and electronic systems.
“It’s all about re-engineering brand experiences for multi-dimensional engagements in the digital landscape – a calculated modification of our services towards the behavioral shifts taking place across all market segments due to the pandemic,” said Tagline president and owner Jovy Rabelas.
VEAP can be accessed via desktop or laptop computer, tablet, and smartphone. Its spaces include VEAP MOTION (a gamified exhibition space with customizable avatars that can navigate a full 3D environment), VEAP LIVE (a lightweight environment in three-dimensional configuration best for multi-faceted engagements), and VEAP TV (an all-in-one livestream platform to supercharge and elevate online audience engagements).
Go to tagline.veap.ph to experience this immersive event space.
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