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Photo Credit: Estonian Convention Bureau

Royal Experience, an agency that has been providing high-quality event marketing services in Estonia for more than twenty years, is assisting with organizing European Space Week and Global Santa Claus Congress this week together with its partners. For these events, Europe’s largest virtual studio has been built to Saku Arena, the largest multifunctional event venue in Estonia.

Royal Experience, an event marketing company operating in Tallinn, announced that the largest virtual studio in Europe is currently located in Estonia. With the help of local and foreign partners, they will be hosting two major events there this week: European Space Week and Global Santa Claus Congress that starts on December 13th.

Today, Estonia has become a leader for top digital events in the private and public sector in the Nordic countries and elsewhere in Europe. For example, this new form of cooperation includes virtual discussions between the United States and European Union, three-sea virtual summit between presidents, Business Survival Summit that has brought together entrepreneurs around the world, and a virtual UN Security Council meeting regarding Afghanistan – all taken place this year. This Tuesday, EU launched the Digital for Development (D4D) Hub from Tallinn, inaugurating a new era for global digital cooperation. EU Member States such as Germany, France, Belgium, Estonia and Luxembourg are at the forefront of promoting new international partnerships on digital transformation as Team Europe.

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Photo Credit: Estonian Convention Bureau

Over the past year, Royal Experience has grown from a small company with three employees to an agency with 35 employees. This increase of more than 1000% has been possible thanks to an innovative cooperation model between private companies, where 15 top players of the field are working under the same roof. Together, the new brand Global Virtual Solutions has already organized 250 virtual events in 151 countries and 5 different continents this year.

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Photo Credit: Tallinn Convention Bureau, Kaupo Kalda

Lehari Kaustel, the CEO of Royal Experience and author of the cooperation project idea, says that their strong cooperation model has brought Estonia to a whole new level globally. “Together, we are able to produce virtual events on a completely new and very high international standard. Together, we are a team with even stronger competencies and diverse backgrounds, ready to offer fast and high-quality services around the world. Our common goal is to bring international success to Estonia as an innovative digital country,” said Kaustel.

Royal Experience was founded in Tallinn in 1996, thus being one of the first event marketing agencies in Estonia and since 2000 it is a member of Creative Union. Even before Covid-19, agency’s portfolio included more than 900 special events and 100 campaigns in nine countries.

Further information is available at https://globalvirtualsolutions.eu/.