We have been involved with the project planning stages for over 6 months and will be welcoming delegates, world leaders and water heroes to the Kings Place venue in London on Tuesday this week.
The day-long summit will be the first of its kind, and will see key figures from politics, business, media and civil society coming together to agree how to address the impact of the climate crisis on access to water, sanitation and hygiene. A key focus of the summit will be establishing clean water and sanitation as the top priority for COP 26’s adaptation discussions, which takes place in Glasgow this November.
ClinkClink have been tasked with the technical production of the event and also the creation of key presentation content for use across the sessions. Several films have been made for the Summit, including a fully immersive experience for the audience using the full 8m high LED screen being supported with bespoke sound and lighting design.
In a key event industry move, print for this event has been applied to a new type of cardboard backing and with the use of specialist inks, a fully sustainable solution has been provided. This is just one element that we have been working on as part of a wider project to make our events more and more sustainable.
Alex Pearn, Creative Director at ClinkClink said – “It’s been an absolute privilege to work with the WaterAid team on the project and provide a wide range of our services including technical support and video and content creation to help make the event something very special indeed. We are also extremely happy to see our work around sustainable events starting to make a real difference in the event sector and look forward to seeing more of this in the near future.”