The agency knew how to take advantage of the led world map by the reception of the new headquarters and the fun sledge that connects the first floor with the main one, so that the event conveyed fun and the international character of the company.
Once the guests entered into the building, discovered the bright led map and were surprised to see the sledge, it was time to start the tour of the new offices. For this, they were provided with a passport of experiences in which they were indicated the actions that were going to be developed in each floor, inviting them to move freely through the facilities and discover at their own pace every corner of the new offices. The idea was that in each floor they could live something different, reflecting the spirit of evolution and creativity in the innovation that the company breathes.
For example, short pieces of theatre were played on the first floor with an aesthetic emulating the journalists of the 40s. The actors and actress simulated that they were the central computer of Nayar Systems: each of them adopted the role of a microchip that received news that should be communicated. This area of the offices was recreated as a press room in which each of the actors wrote on a typewriter the news he received and then threw himself on the slide, which served as broadband. A parallel between technological interconnection and the services of Nayar Systems, related to industrial IoT. In addition, when the actors and actress threw themselves down the sledge, they suddenly landed on the ground floor where the attendees were entering the event, triggering the surprise factor.
In the upper floors a soul singer was found, in the second a jazz group played,while in the third The Magic A Two group carried on a magic show in which the tricks and the playing cards used were personalized with the image of Nayar Systems and its values as a company. The rooftop was reserved to enjoy the views of the city with the background voice of a live soprano and as a party closing, the underground floor of the offices served to hold a clandestine party.