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Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre’s new Harbour Studio: One-stop solution for virtual events


Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited (HML) has launched Harbour Studio, a brand-new facility at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) for online and virtual events.

Well-equipped with ready-built LED wall panels, cameras, AV equipment, and reliable broadband connection, Harbour Studio enables organisers to create dynamic online event experience and impactful live presentations to connect participants from all over the world. Perfectly designed to accommodate online events such as live broadcasts, webinars, product launches and media interviews, Harbour Studio features two 6 metre by 3 metre LED wall panels, allowing event planners to display high resolution videos and powerful visuals. 

All supporting equipment are ready, including cameras, wireless clip microphones, LED lighting panels, video switcher, laptop playback equipment and various furniture selections, saving organisers tremendous set up time and efforts in coordinating with different service providers. Accompanied with fast and reliable telecommunications connections and full on-site support by professional technicians, Harbour Studio provides a one-stop solution for event organisers while guaranteeing quality results for online live shows.

Harbour Studio is conveniently located inside Port Café of the HKCEC in the prime city centre. It features an open side which faces the world-famous Victoria Harbour, providing events a unique combination of creative visuals and natural backdrop. The close proximity to F&B facilities also makes Harbour Studio an ideal venue for hybrid events, with food and drinks easily available for guests who attend the events physically. To learn more about Harbour Studio, watch an introduction video here: http://bit.ly/HKCECharbourstudio

Monica Lee-Müller, managing director of HML, is excited about the launch of Harbour Studio, “HML looks into the future development of event industry under the new normal. Events will continue to transform and incorporate more online elements. HML acts upon customer needs and continues to invest and diversify our product offerings, to provide state-of-the-art facilities and services for our clients. The newly created Harbour Studio gives event organisers huge flexibility in designing their own bespoke online or hybrid events while enjoying full technical support by HML. We will continue to work with event organisers to co-create and reinvent events, bringing all new online experience to participants.”


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