Client: Global Investment Management Company – Investment Conference

Venue: Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid

The Brief

For the second year running, First Network was asked to deliver the Iberia Investment Conference for this global investment client.

The annual forum is held in Madrid and brings together almost 400 key clients for a series of presentations and break out events. The conference provides the opportunity for some of the company’s most senior global leaders to address their clients and as such is a high profile event requiring flawless delivery.

A massive thanks to you and all your team for the support and patience in the run up to and during the Iberia Investment Day last week. The feedback has only been positive which is largely due to the perfect production from your team! A special big thanks to Jasmine for her hard work throughout and for her much needed support onsite.

See you at the next one!

The Solution

Madrid’s Museo Reina Sofia is situated right in the heart of the Spanish capital and provides a wide variety of conference options.

The main event took place in the Nouvel Building, which is named after architect Jean Nouvel and comprises expansive exhibition spaces,  library, restaurant, and two auditoriums with seating capacity of 200 and 400, respectively. It also houses a major collection of modern and contemporary art, spanning from the end of the 19th century to the present day.

First Network supplied a full contingent of sets, branded collateral and technical equipment which were shipped ahead to Madrid. We employed four 21k projectors to create a 9m blended screen which was hung in front of a 5m high branded back wall. First Network also provided full audio and visual support, lighting and furniture.

Infographics and video clips were projected onto the screen with powerpoint and videos were also being pip’d within the full size images to add interest and relief.

Additional branding provided by First Network included hanging banners, customised registration desk and lectern.

Speeches included an address by Spain’s Minister of Finance, Luis de Guindos.