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Hyatt goes hybrid in Bali, resort style

A new hybrid meeting studio features virtual breakout rooms and live translation.

Hyatt aptly used a hybrid press conference on 17 June to debut its new hybrid studio, which linked Hyatt speakers in Bali to remote speakers in Melbourne and Sydney, and featured an interactive event platform.
Hyatt aptly used a hybrid press conference on 17 June to debut its new hybrid studio, which linked Hyatt speakers in Bali to remote speakers in Melbourne and Sydney, and featured an interactive event platform.

Grand Hyatt Bali has introduced a new HY-brid Meeting with the launch of its hybrid meeting studio, set within resort grounds.

In the studio, planners can expect the full service of high-tech equipment, including full-frame video cameras, a six-metre-wide green screen and high-speed internet connection of up to 100 mbps.

Professional technical staff and camera operators are on standby to connect Grand Hyatt Bali’s meeting rooms with multiple spaces around the world, including the hybrid studio at the Grand Hyatt Singapore.

The MICE package is backed by global event management and production company, Inspired Intl, with proven capabilities in hosting large-scale hybrid events with up to 30 concurrent breakout rooms, simultaneously broadcasted in three languages across multiple time zones. 

Grand Hyatt Bali launched the hybrid studio with a hybrid press conference last week (17 June), which linked Hyatt speakers in Bali to remote speakers in Melbourne and Sydney.

Additionally, the HY-brid Meeting solution offers OnAir, a virtual platform that allows planners to stage either completely virtual events or hybrid meetings on a secure, interactive channel.


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