Markey’s Virtual Presence (MVP) consists of four major components.  MVP Studios, MVP Creative Services, MVP Productions and the MVP Platform.

 

These four components help us, through discovery with you, find the right solutions to meet your virtual communications needs. We tailor our services to fit your unique event to help you deliver a defining experience to your audience.


Fully equipped studios spaces available around the country to deliver professional broadcasts.

Team of professionals who offer customizations such as video production/editing, graphic design and websites.

Skilled team of project managers, engineers and technicians who execute your virtual solution, whether that is in studio or from the Virtual Command Center. 


An all-in-one, fully customizable event management platform that includes solutions for registration, virtual expo halls, and more. Learn more

Not all virtual meetings or events are created equal. Not even close actually. Zoom, Teams, WebX are just meetings with a group of video windows all displayed on a screen. Webinars have a little more to offer but it’s still not something one can stand to engage with for more than 30-45 minutes in most cases. Well produced events using a production stage, professional equipment and skilled technicians create the impactful experience you need to motivate and inspire your audience. Here are 5 instances where you would want to seriously consider including AV production resources for your virtual or hybrid event.

Have you morphed into a VEP (Virtual Event Planner) over the last couple of months? We know that staying up-to-speed with all of the ever-changing virtual technology options can be daunting. We are here to be your experts when it comes to the technical execution of virtual events. Here are 5 tips to execute a successful virtual event.

Whether you are in-room or remote, you want to make a great first impression.  If you are remote presenting over Zoom, Teams, or another video conferencing platform, check out these 12 tips to help you deliver a professional and successful video conference:


  • Find a quiet room with as little background noise as possible.
  • Make sure you are professionally dressed. 
  • Sit in the center of the camera shot to ensure proper camera framing.
  • Make sure your face is well lit by sitting in a room with plenty of light. If you can’t find a well lit room, place a small lamp in front of you but out of the camera view.
  • Do not sit in front of a window. This will cause the camera to adjust for the light, making your face look very dark.

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virtual event image gallery

One of the keys to a successful virtual event is to create an experience for your attendees.  Below are images of past virtual events that did just that.  Reach out to us if you want more details on any of the below images!



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