Event registration tool and app launches

Digital production company, 20/20 Productions has launched DelegateManager™ and DelegateManager™ Check-In, a digital registration tool and supporting app that aims to reduce error for Event Managers. The platform manages delegate information, from attendance status to dietary requirements, while increasing accessibility and accuracy of data for both, event managers and users.

“DelegateManager™ Check-In can be used across multiple devices, even in areas of limited or no Wi-Fi,” says Graham Stewart, Head of Digital and Emerging Technologies, 20/20 Productions. “It reduces the need for paper and speeds up delegate check-in through powerful search and customisable filters making it a much-needed tool for many Event Managers. By allowing event managers to get real-time access to attendance levels and other important data, it can greatly assist when running any size of event.”

20/20 Productions opens Dubai office

Creative agency 20/20 Productions has launched in Dubai following an increase in demand from clients looking for communications support in the Middle East. With head offices in Edinburgh, as well as a team in San Francisco, the agency offers creative communications, with expertise in digital and graphic design, as well as film and events. The new 20/20 Productions Dubai office will be located in DMCC.

“Increasingly, clients are looking for global expertise,” says Andy MacKay, Co-Founder and CEO, 20/20 Productions. “We have two very successful bases in Edinburgh and San Francisco and have already produced several events in Dubai with another taking place this month, so establishing a physical presence was a natural progression.”

Alastair Scott, Co-Founder and Managing Director, 20/20 Productions, adds “Over the years we have evolved our business based on the needs of our clients. The launch in Dubai is yet another example of delivering value at every turn. We look forward to imparting our unique 20/20 Productions stamp on events and communications in the Middle East.”