[Best-of] Highlights of 2018

Best-of Canalchat Grandialogue 2018

2019, finally here we are! The beginning of the year is generally a period favorable to assessments and other “highlights” of the year that just ended. We are no exception! We have compiled some emblematic 2018 events, signed by Canalchat Grandialogue.


• Social networks integrated into our devices

Consulate General of France in New York: interactive conferences broadcast live on social networks
Within two months, the Consulate General of France in New York called on us twice to film, broadcast live and manage interactivity on two events organized in the Consulate located on the famous Fifth Avenue. These two interactive meetings open to the public were part of a cycle of conferences called “Conferences 934” inaugurated in 2009 and which gathers each month Americans and French for a crossed analysis of the major international issues. Thus, Thursday, September 6, it was Me Pierre Bonnefil, a French-speaking lawyer, who presented the bases and the practical aspects of the Immigration law in the United States, and on Thursday, October 25, it was an audience of public health experts brought together by the Institut Pasteur who addressed the theme of global pandemics. Each time, users were able to follow the live video of the conference and ask their questions to the speakers, including via social networks.
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• Interactivity: from text to video

“When you get used to it, you cannot do without it.” said Seneca. It is clear that this sentence does not apply to Orange. Established/Regular/Loyal customer of text webchats, carried out by Canalchat, the number 1 telecom operator finally took the plunge in 2018 and experimented with video chats. From Fabienne Dulac, Chief Executive Officer of Orange France, to Gaëlle Le Vu, Communication and CSR Director at Orange France, by way of the “Communicators Forum”, interactive video broadcasts are now key in Orange’s internal communication strategy. A technological evolution that further heighten engagement among the Group’s employees.
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• 10 years of dialogue around ethics

For the tenth consecutive edition of Ethics Day, L’Oréal has once again called in Canalchat for its interactivity expertise/skills. The flagship event of this new edition was a webchat with the Group’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jean-Paul Agon. The latter responded directly to questions on Ethics addressed to him by employees from 140 different countries. Subsequently, employees from these countries were able to interact with their country managers on the same theme … An event once again very well-attended within the Group! We are looking forward to the eleventh edition!
Read more on the entire operation.


• International development: a successful gamble

As part of our international development strategy, particularly in the United States, the World Economic Forum has been one of the first client outside France to have entrusted us.
Indeed, Canalchat carried out the filming and live streaming for the Sustainable Development Impact Summit in New York as well as for the Industry Strategy Meeting in San Francisco.
The scheduled conferences were broadcast as live video sessions on the WEF website platform, on YouTube and on social media. On the occasion of these events, prestigious guests have spoken, such as Klaus Schwab, Al Gore, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Christine Lagarde.
These on-site events were probably one of our biggest operational challenges in 2018, and they have met expectations as the WEF entrusted us with the completion of part of the filming and streaming of the Davos Annual Meeting in January 2019.

Read the full article on the Sustainable Development Impact Summit
Read the full article on the Industry Strategy Meeting.

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