The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) is the professional organisation providing member services and advocacy for those involved in and delivering public works and engineering services to the community both in Australia and New Zealand.
Month: November 2017
SOCIAL WALL IPWEA STATE CONFERENCE
CLIENT: IPWEA NSW DIVISION (Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia)
USED AT NSW STATE CONFERENCE
SOCIAL WALL LOCATIONS: DIGITAL SIGNAGE
DIGITAL SIGNAGE - EVENT
At almost every event, you will now see a large digital screen situated at the front entrance or the exhibitors’ booth. The content on the digital screen can at times be boring and not engaging – there is now a solution called Social Wall. It’s the best way to use your social media content to display to your visitors, partners and employees.
IPWEA NSW Division (The Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia) used our Social Wall to display their Twitter posts and hashtag posts using IPWEANSW and SALLY_IPWEA. The client used our Custom Branding package to create a unique Social Wall. We used existing digital assets to create a custom banner at the top in conjunction with our advertiseme.tv solutions.
Here’s how it looked like:
Displaying social media posts at events are great because you can use it as a point of conversation and also help visitors engage with the online community. Make your next event more memorable by using Social Wall!
“I could not have been happier with the result provided by Social Wall. I contacted Marco the week before my annual State Conference urgently wanting to create a custom made banner for our live Twitter feeds and not only did he deliver in a couple of days, he took the time to understand what we were after, give us different options in terms of packaging and design/layout and was very helpful all the way through testing and even during my Conference when I had question. I would highly recommend the platform and Marco to anyone looking for a quality product at a very reasonable price.” – Carina IPWEA NSW