The Royal Society of Arts hosted their own hybrid AGM in the Great Room at RSA House.
On Tuesday 6 October, The RSA delivered their first hybrid AGM within the surroundings of the beautiful Great Room at RSA House. The team at Radiance Production took care of all technical requirements, successfully delivering the RSA’s content to hundreds of participants worldwide. The hour-long broadcast included live talks from the RSA’s CEO and Chairman against the rooms stunning mural as the backdrop, amongst pre-recorded videos from guest speakers as well as a live poll and Q&A.
The RSA AGM has been an annual event for over 250 years but has never been taken shape in this form before now. Matthew Taylor, CEO at The RSA said: “Although only a few Fellows could join at RSA House we held a highly successful and very interactive event. There were high levels of Fellow engagement and really positive feedback. Although we all hope to be together again in the Great Room in 2021 we have learned valuable and positive lessons about how to run an effective hybrid event”.
Award-winning RSA House comprises of 11 unique and versatile event spaces, including seven smaller meeting rooms suitable for meetings for 1+, a large conference room with a beautiful historic backdrop, an auditorium and the Vaults. The venue has the capability to accommodate hybrid events in all rooms and is safely open to welcome business events for up to 30, micro weddings for up to 15 and filming bookings. The RSA House team has put together a Covid-19 pre-event guide to help equip and guide their clients through the new processes they have in place.
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