Your Very Own Late Night Talk Show
The right tone for most events is fun and serious. Our Late Night Talk Show Format is both. We host and stream the show from on stage at our venue in Amsterdam because, well, it’s a show and not a video conference. Your internal or external speakers – the show’s ‘guests,’ are live from a studio, the office or their home.
Our experienced hosts start with a comedy monologue written specifically for your event based on an in-depth briefing. We’ll make the participants laugh while setting up what they can expect. Like all content, it will be approved by you before it’s performed.
We then cut to your internal or external speakers. They can make a presentation, be interviewed by the hosts or deliver a keynote speech with slides.
We also give attention to the look, feel and emotional impact of the event:
- We create graphics that set the right tone and personality.
- Our musical director produces music to add energy and emotion and plays live during the event. A band adds even more energy.
- We create videos leading up to the event to get your audience excited.
- We can include late night talk show style comedy pieces. Think ‘Top Ten Things Heard at your company’.
- We end the program with a high energy, wrap-up segment that ends with a bang.
- We make digital networking activities designed to help your team connect — even if they are from different offices or countries.
Case Study: Visma event
The Brief: As a leading technology company, Visma Software International was looking for ways to strengthen internal organizational culture. Their goal was to reinforce successful aspects of their company culture, while also encouraging advancement and personal-bonding within the organization. Additionally, it was a priority of Visma to engage their members in a way that diverges from ‘just another webinar.’ They asked for exercises to push the company towards better products, better business and becoming better leaders.
The Execution: Boom Chicago hosted a two-day tailored digital event for their many companies, utilizing the digital venue Brella along with contemporary tech tools Zoom and Kahoot to make the program more exciting. With keynote speakers who focused on techniques to collaborate between teams, and themes to support inclusion within an organization, the event was divided into audience thought challenges, physical activities to keep the group energized, and networking opportunities for all brands involved.
The Response: The organization team was blown away and participants described the weekend as inspiring, engaging, relevant, and digitally pleasing. ‘Don’t change this!’
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Case Study: Blue Tulip Awards
The Brief: Accenture has been running their Innovation Awards as part of the Accenture Innovation Summit for many years. In 2020, they decided to spin off the awards as the Blue Tulip Awards with Boom Chicago as a partner. Our job was to be the through line throughout the awards season, and guide the participants through the various stages.
Andrew Moskos was cast as the face of the awards to star in videos, and hosted the kickoff, quarter finals, semi finals, and finals.
The Execution: Boom Chicago created specific videos tailored for the different stakeholders. This included participants who advanced, those who were eliminated, sponsors and jury members. The idea was that no matter how far an innovator got in the selection process, they would have a welcome, connection to the awards and a goodbye.
Andrew wrote material for each event and hosted with energy. He introduced speakers, communicated information, got the crowd excited and was sympathetic to those who were eliminated. When Corona struck, Andrew helped the event pivot to digital and, with Pep Rosenfeld, hosted the finals virtually.
The Response: Very positive! The organization was impressed with the professionalism and energy Andrew brought to the live hosting and the flexibility to make the digital finals a success. ‘There were ten finalists and separate juries in each of the eight theme areas. Andrew was great and never lost his cool.’ And when one participant had wifi troubles, Andrew quickly advised her to turn off her camera and proceed with audio only. She ended up winning!
Watch this segment from the Digital Awards on RTL-Z