EventBots was invited to capture exciting moments from the 2011 Bootstrap Awards and Adawe Tradeshow. Some of the region’s hottest entrepreneurs shared startup secrets, experiences and hopes with Jennifer Clark via VideoBot. This is a great example of using the VideoBot at an awards show!
Wedding guests love expressing themselves and while classic photos are beautiful, some guests might appreciate having some fun with props in both photos and videos. We just had to share this inspiration from a recent wedding where the guests really enjoyed letting loose and creating some one-of-a-kind photo keepsakes.
Looking for an amazing part-time gig? EventBots offers a unique experience every time for people who love people. We’re looking for fun, creative folk to join our growing team very soon. Learn more about who we’re looking for and how you might stand out.
Want to leverage video for your online channel? This post is about making your people the face of your organization online by engaging them in some video, and creating a great message out of what they have in common – your group or cause. Inspired by recent events, reactions, and recollections of similar campaigns.
This post is a quick thank you (the first of many I’m sure) to people of all shapes and colours who are involved in Ottawa’s vibrant social media scene. You’ve really been great friends to EventBots over the past year and a half. Some of our greatest moments have been thanks to you.
We always love hearing your ideas. When a bride recently asked us if she could have a white background for PhotoBot, we thought: what a great idea! With the bride’s permission, we’ve posted a few of our favorite shots below (it was hard to choose!) to show how it looks.
Sourcing video messages from a crowd of people with VideoBot can be supremely fascinating. It’s a little like crowdsourcing, you never know what you’re going to get, but often, it’s something cool. This post talks open source, shoes and eyeborgs.
One night, Jennifer Morris dreamt that she was married in a cornfield. Jennifer’s parents own a 400 acre farm just east of Ottawa in Sarsfield, but didn’t grow any corn. This didn’t stop her father from working to make her dream come true. This is the next chapter of the story of the couple who famously proposed on EventBot video.