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#2 Embrace virtual


This is about doing the next best thing. About being there, even when you’re not there.

Where virtual sermons transformed sofas into pews, estate agents globally have taken to virtual to bring your next home into your existing one. Virtual tours are nothing new and yet perhaps just timely, as people become accustomed to a new way of doing things.

Virtual house tours and 3D walkthroughs have all but seen the end of open houses, at least for the time being, and with no sign of this move being detrimental. Quite the opposite in fact, as the technology supports an unexpected backdrop of record property prices and new home sales. A trend observed on both sides of the Atlantic.

Our very own Nettl studios across the globe have continued to offer virtual meetings throughout the last year. Even when physical stores were forced to stay closed, you could arrange a video chat or call back online.


Adam Whitehouse, studio manager at Nettl of Birmingham in the UK, is happy to vouch for the importance of virtual meetings.

“You can’t underestimate the human factor when working with a business on their marketing or website. Being able to have honest face to face meetings, albeit virtually, has been so important when it comes to maintaining that chemistry. Of course, we look forward to meeting again in person, over a coffee. But the convenience factor of virtual makes me think it’s an option that’s here to stay.”

But Adam believes just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look the business. “We make the most of our fabric backdropslanyards and fashion-fit workwear to add some professional whoosh to our Zooms”.

 Here are Hailsham Creative, we have made the most of using Streamyard – spending time in advance adding graphics, banners and logos. Animated opening and closing credits with a soundtrack helps to engage viewers.

Ask us if you’d like to discuss some graphics for virtual events or backdrops.

Tomorrow –

#3 Embrace e-commerce