"The courage to grow" is the day of presentation of the winners of Working Capital 2012, an event promoted by Telecom Italia and TIM to find "20 talents for Italy," as the claim said. Talent, ideas, funds and trust went on the magical stage of the Temple of Hadrian, one of the most picturesque locations in Rome, in the presence of 200 guests and many celebrities.
The event was attended by the Deputy Minister for Social Welfare Martone and by the Honourables Gentiloni, Palmieri and Rao. The CEO of Telecom Italia Patuano participated in the debate and awarded the grants (25 thousand euro each) for the 12 months of applied research and experimentation which will create new products, prototypes and businesses.
Tecnoconference Europe supported, with proper use of audio, video and lighting, the emotional power that the event spread in itself. Moving "change colour" heads and Par LED zoom illuminated the ancient environment and columns in Roman travertine creatively blending the old and the new and actualizing the magnificence of the structure.
A broadcast three-camera full HD direction filmed the images that were projected onto a central screen and two large monitors by an emission direction that made use of sophisticated processors and graphics mixers.
It should be noted that the timing of the emission direction was particularly tight, because the twenty rewarded people, in rapid succession, explained their own project with a speech and a multimedia presentation of three minutes each. This timing has been met with extreme precision and punctuality.
The press room and the lounges for the authorities were connected to the main hall via CCTV.