IWITOT is always a special day at Open, but yesterday was extra special for a couple of reasons.
And secondly, we avoided a crisis by playing to our strengths…
As we’re making more moving pictures for our clients, our studio took on the task of live streaming the event this year. We set up our big and expensive camera equipment – only to be foiled by the Amnesty firewall in the hour before the event was due to go live.
So we did what we’ve done quite often over the last few years.
We got our phones out.
If you were watching yesterday’s incredible event on YouTube, it was being broadcast over 4G via Claire’s iPhone, which had been hastily strapped to a tripod in our hour of need!
We talk a lot at Open about how mobile phones should be central to the provision and delivery of content that brings the amazing work our clients do to life, and yesterday just proved their singular power and flexibility.
So watch this space – because early in 2017 we will be launching products that will connect our clients’ amazing stories with their donors.
The whole of IWITOT 16 is available here to watch. Enjoy!
Paul de Gregorio
Sofii’s 2016 I Wish I’d Thought Of That event is almost upon us and we’re thrilled that tickets have sold out – we can’t wait to see you all there.
Hang on! I missed out on tickets!
No problem, we’ll be live streaming the whole event. So even if you can’t join us on the day, you can hear from 18 of the sector’s best and brightest as they share fundraising ideas that inspire them. So just sit back and soak up the learning.
Ooh, jazzy. So can my whole team watch?
Yes they can! We’ll be streaming to YouTube so you can watch at your desks, or turn your boardroom into a mini theatre (popcorn optional). And we’ll be uploading footage at a later date so you can catch up on anything you miss.
Great! Where do we watch?
Just check back here on Wednesday for the live link! Happy viewing!
Ian and Amy