News from 20/20 Productions
We have renewed our partnership with Edinburgh Rugby for their 2019/20 season! Our team have been working with Edinburgh Rugby as official partners since August 2016.
Most organisations favour custom software over pre-packaged options, according to Zdnet. That’s why many software and app developers offer customisable solutions that can be tailored to a business’ specific needs.
Delighted to announce a great double win for the team at this years’ IoIC Scotland Awards!
We are thrilled to announce that we are official business partner for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra 2019/2020 Season!
If you are struggling with registering or welcoming guests at your event, here’s what you need to know.
We are looking to expand our Edinburgh Digital team with an experienced Web Developer.
We are thrilled to announce we have been shortlisted in three categories for IoIC Scotland Awards 2019!
20/20 Productions, the international event, video and digital production agency, has today achieved the prestigious Investors in People Silver Accreditation.
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We were winners in the Best Corporate Event category for an immersive event we produced for Standard Life, #thatswhatwecallstandardlife!
We are delighted to make the shortlist for Scotland’s only event and festivals industry awards!
Internal communication is key to attracting and retaining employees, but so many organisations get it wrong. In fact over half of all global businesses struggle to retain staff.
We’re delighted to have been awarded the prestigious Investors in People Silver Accreditation!
When it comes to digital signage, plenty of us are clued up on the latest tech. But to get the most out of digital signage, we have to make them as engaging and as captivating as possible. That’s where design comes in.
When it comes to digital signage, it’s easy to get hung up on the latest innovations. But while investing in new technology is certainly important, to really get the most out of digital signage, good design is key.
Internal communication is key to attracting and retaining employees, but with 22% of UK companies struggling to retain staff, so many businesses today are getting it wrong.