University of Canterbury Entrepreneurship presentations
MC and Production Videos
The University of Canterbury Entrepreneurship programme recently held their final presentations at the Vodafone Xone building on Tuam Street. While Tandem Studio’s managing director Dave Dunlay MC’d, the Tandem Team filmed the event for a highlights video.
Events such a this are an opportunity to create many different kinds of content; live streams and webcasts, photo’s, production videos to show the event as a whole or to highlight it (as we’ve done) or even short clips for social media.
Our particular video is a short two-minute video summing up the event. These types of videos are a fun way to showcase an event in an engaging way to keep the attention of the viewer. They’re also a great way for the people who were part of the event to reminisce, or for those who couldn't attend a quick summary.
First Place and People’s Choice Winner:
Logan Williams - Biome
Aimed at creating sustainable products for the future, Biome uses Didymo, an invasive freshwater algae, to create sustainable and biodegradable materials including Biopaper, Bioplastic and Biofabric.
Chris Petrie - InSiteVR
InSiteVR aims to save lives and keep workers safe through training in virtual reality. InSiteVR makes it possible to experience dangerous and realistic work scenarios in the safety of your office. It’s safe “learn by doing” training, founder Chris Petrie says. “Simply by putting on a virtual reality headset, we will make it possible to experience dangerous and realistic work scenarios in the safety of your office.”
Stefan Warnaar - Peak to Plateau
Peak to Plateau creates performance outdoor clothing with yak wool sustainably sourced from the Tibetan Plateau. Founder Stefan Warnaar has been successfully crowd-funding his base-layer clothing startup and gaining media attention.
Congratulations and well done to all the teams involved!