Case Study

Bloomberg Philanthropies Climate Events

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When Bloomberg Philanthropies asked us to produce two spectacular climate events during NYC Climate Week and the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly, we harnessed Glue’s natural resources to create a bold brandscape at the Plaza Hotel for the Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit and the United Nations Climate Action: Race to Zero and Resilience Forum, a day of events focused on helping to find solutions to the global climate crisis.

To pull this off, we had to come up with an innovative solution that would allow us to quickly change over the branded environments for these back-to-back Bloomberg Philanthropies co-hosted events. Guests arrived in the morning for The Earthshot Prize Innovation Summit. Launched by HRH Prince William, The Earthshot Prize is a global environmental challenge to unleash action by spotlighting and scaling solutions to repair and regenerate the planet. The Summit convened inaugural Finalists and Winners of the Prize alongside special guests including Heads of State, business leaders, philanthropists, and nongovernmental leaders to draw attention to the ideas.

As the clock struck 12pm, we began transforming the space for the United Nations Climate Action: Race to Zero and Resilience Forum, which opened its doors precisely 1.5 hours later. This forum shed light on the need for radical collaboration to ensure that the world can deliver on its climate goals and welcomed dignitaries, artists, climate experts, and innovative business leaders seeking ways to build climate-adaptive and resilient communities, achieve sustainable growth, and reach net-zero.

We were able to execute these high-touchpoint, high-profile events for Bloomberg Philanthropies with artistry and precision, ensuring a smooth transition from one conference to the next. It was a full-service endeavor, from developing creative to stellar show management, helping dignitaries shine bright to highlight climate change solutions for the world.

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