Bringing shareholders together despite COVID-19
THE FUTURE IS VIRTUAL.
A virtual AGM is an Annual General Meeting that is streamed securely to shareholders.
Beyond the live webcast, the experience for shareholders is designed to be as close to a physical AGM as possible.
Q&A, polling and other interactions with shareholders are conducted remotely and securely.
Since the COVID-19 Circuit Breaker, we have conducted Virtual AGMs for many SGX-listed companies - large and small, and have already received repeat bookings for next year.
SECURE, RELIABLE PLATFORM
Our market-proven, private platform caters to your specific security needs
LIVE SET STUDIO
Our fully-equipped TV studio is ready to host your live webcast – you do not need to source for a venue
We have all your needs covered, from editorial and planning, to equipment and crew, secure live streaming, and post-production
We go above and beyond, to provide your shareholders with a unique viewing experience
WE ARE YOUR END-TO-END SERVICE PROVIDER.
Program rundown planning
Registration page branding, design and password management
Annual Report Review video
Event management from start to finish
Webcast training and rehearsal
Camera equipment and crew, including streaming
Track the success of the AGM through viewer data
Audience registration, watch times, impressions
Video editing for post-AGM marketing
Our studio allows for four set-ups:
Live set overlooking Raffles Place
Discreet black curtain
Board room setting
Our crew members have years of experience in live broadcast television and live streaming.
We ensure your stream is top quality, secure and ready to go.
Our studio comes with full broadcast equipment and a reliable 1Gbps high-speed fiber optic broadband connection.
Secure registration & streaming
Branded landing page
Moderated/Selected polling and Q&A
SECURE REGISTRATION & STREAMING
Standard registration page for shareholders to signal their intention to join, ask questions, and more
Unique, single login functionality to prevent password sharing.
API, REST or SOAP call to automatically authenticate shareholders in your registry
Connect to Singapore shareholders through our local node, and all around the world through our load-balanced network
BRANDED REGISTRATION PAGE
Shareholders log in to your virtual AGM through a secure landing page, featuring:
Your logo and branding
Pre-event video test page
“Forgot password” feature
Secure live stream
Document library for download
MODERATED/SELECTED POLLING AND Q&A
All viewers can participate in the Q&A and polling
Only selected viewers can participate in the Q&A and polling:
Restricted viewers – Viewers can only watch the webcast
VIPs – Viewers can watch and participate in the Q&A and polling
All features can be either moderated or publicly visible.
After the AGM we generate reports in Excel or PowerPoint showing:
List of confirmed viewers
Time stamp of active viewers
Concurrent connections over time
Average session time
Total session time
Geo statistics (country and city)
PRE-EVENT VIDEO - ANNUAL REPORT REVIEW BY
Help your shareholders understand your
Annual Report, with a sophisticated yet easy to
understand video summarizing key points.
Contact us to find out about our Annual Report
BE WEBCAST READY WITH MARK
Your Chairman or Investor Relations Officer might be accustomed to addressing an AGM where shareholders are physically present in the room.
But when your AGM is fully virtual, knowing what to say and when, where to look, and how to recover from interruptions of any kind, becomes much more difficult.
Let us coach your Chairman or Investor Relations Officer in our course "TV presenter skills for live webcasts and virtual AGMs", so your shareholders remain engaged.
GET SET TO GO VIRTUAL
THE RULES GOVERNING VIRTUAL AGMS ARE EVOLVING RAPIDLY
Even if your company’s constitution requires shareholders to attend your AGM in person, the authorities have made Virtual AGMs possible.
We strongly urge you to stay up-to-date by checking the latest announcements at www.sgx.com/regulation, as well as media statements by the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Law, and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.