Every spring Intel and the Society for Science and The Public (SSP) team together to host America’s most prestigious science research competition for high school seniors. New York event firm MC2 relies on TalkingTree Creative to source and manage all technical aspects for this event. The challenge for TalkingTree is to create a world-class presentation for the students and their projects while providing a focused direction with the participation of three distinct stakeholders.
TalkingTree organized and directed the technical needs in accordance with the visions and goals of the stakeholders. TalkingTree seamlessly coordinated details within the venue, created room drawings, floor plans and provided ideas for scenic staging. Through our project management website, we were able to send files and documents to the three parties, keeping them updated as the logistics progressed. We provided technical oversight during the show including all features of lighting, video, and audio.
TalkingTree creates lasting relationships with their clients and our reputation exceeds our local borders. The venue for the Intel Science Talent Search changes each year (Andrew Mellon Auditorium in 2009 and National Building Museum in 2010) and TalkingTree continues to keep the design fresh, the communication organized and the night memorable for all attendees.