For six consecutive years, EA has designed and managed the annual ASU+GSV Summit – a three-day event that focuses on how educators, entrepreneurs, policy makers and investors can transform education through innovation and technology.
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Elevated the event environment with dynamic scenic pieces, branding and signage, staging, 3D photo backdrop, printed décor centerpieces and walk-in animations — all of which encouraged attendees to share their experience on social platforms.
Handled all elements including event concept and design, 16 general sessions and 570 breakouts, onsite logistics, A/V, registration, sponsorship coordination, F+B, hotel management, event promotion, and VIP speakers such as Andre Agassi, Bill Gates and Condoleeza Rice.
Integrated digital elements including mobile app support, a live stream of the event, and three social media walls that displayed all online conversation surrounding the summit.
Engaged attendees through Tomorrowland, a futuristic trade show that gave a firsthand experience of new, digital technologies such as photo storytelling with Mylestone or virtual reality.
Designed the summit’s Town Square, the “epicenter” of the event, which provided a central, public space for attendees to network, hold one-on-one meetings and follow along with conference content on LED walls.
“We have quite high expectations, so the fact that everyone left last year’s summit feeling wonderful is a testament to agencyEA. From the creative branding and stage design to the registration and on-site support, I think everyone just thought that the experience was terrific. AgencyEA has been our exclusive partner both last year and this year, and we could not have done it without them.”
Buzz around the Summit increased GSV’s overall social media following by 23%.
Generated coverage in publications such as Business Insider, The Tribune, Forbes and the NY Times, who named the summit “The Must-Attend Event for Education Technology”.
Attendees heard remarks from 611 speakers and companies over three days — a 39% increase in presenters from the previous year.