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JW Marriott joins Singapore's hybrid studio tribe

Another broadcast studio lands in the Lion City, with options for virtual or hybrid meetings. 

New broadcast studio pads up existing JW Connects portfolio, offering personalised virtual and hybrid event support.
New broadcast studio pads up existing JW Connects portfolio, offering personalised virtual and hybrid event support. Photo Credit:Marriott International

JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has added another arm to its JW Connects business events portfolio: Studio Britannia, a fully equipped broadcast studio for virtual and hybrid event needs.

Earlier in 2020 when physical meet ups were tougher, the hotel launched JW Connects, offering on-site and off-site meeting solutions for hybrid webinars or simulcast bookings. The idea was to restore shared experiences to the business events scene — such as delivering meals to remote participants logging in to virtual meetings, or virtual team-building activities including cocktail/mocktail and sushi making masterclasses.

With restrictions in the Lion City increasingly relaxed, now planners can consider in-person meets at Studio Britannia, fitted with a 6x4m green screen, ultra-high speed live streaming connectivity and an on-site production team.

The Virtual Meetings option provides live streaming with a support crew that can assist with complimentary meeting amenities. Rates start S$2000++ (US$1,409) per hour, with a minimum booking of two hours.

For groups that wish to meet in-person, the Hybrid Meetings option offers all the above support, while catering to in-person attendees that can be spread across multiple venues within the hotel. Additional meeting rooms can also be rented from S$800++, or the Grand Ballroom from S$3,500++.


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