Zoholics London takes place once a year and is Zoho Corporation’s largest User Conference in Europe. This year, their aim was to truly elevate their event so they reached out to us to provide support in planning and managing the entire show.

Our brief was to keep the look and feel of the event minimal and classy whilst also including some fun elements. Showcasing crystal clear content on screen was also a priority as most presentations were about demonstrating their products capabilities.

The conference took place over three floors and 7 distinct areas at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in September 2023 and welcomed over 800 people.


To meet our client’s diverse requirements and expectations, we offered a full event production service of high quality.

Our dedicated team took care of everything from the audio-visual production and set design in all presentation rooms to mapping out the exhibition space and sourcing booths, providing power in the 121 area, branding & signage around the venue, goodies distribution, filming, photography, and finally thorough on-site management!

To ensure crisp content and image, in the largest room, we built an impressive twin-screen LED set whilst in the more intimate satellite rooms, the content was displayed on large plasma screens.

Considering the complex venue layout, displaying clear event branding and directional signage throughout the space was also a priority to help the audience easily find their way.

Cherry on top of the cake, our videographer captured the atmosphere and attendees’ testimonials over the two days which was then condensed into an impactful highlight video in our Studio that Zoho can now use as promotional material. You can view the video here!


Our client said “Corporate events played a pivotal role in our event planning and execution, seamlessly managing every detail according to our vision. The team’s personalized touch and dedication transformed our conference into an unforgettable experience for everyone involved. Looking forward to future collaborations.”