We’re focused on engaging in-person, impactful virtual and creative hybrid experiences. Let’s connect.

Award-Winning Events Agency Sequence Unveils Brand Refresh and New Website

December, 2020

Award-Winning Events Agency Sequence Unveils Brand Refresh and New Website

New York, NY, – Sequence Events, an award-winning full-service events agency, unveiled a brand evolution and new website, an initiative driven by the company’s steadfast growth and recent success within virtual event production. Recognized earlier this year as a Top Virtual Event Solution by BizBash, and buoyed by their diverse client portfolio, the agency has capitalized on disruption within the events industry and reaffirmed their position as a global leader in events.

“Our growth and evolution as an agency over the past couple of years has been significant, and it was important for our brand to reflect that progress”, says Adam Sloyer, CEO of Sequence. “While COVID has had such a major impact on the events industry, we were fortunately well-positioned to respond to the virtual events demand due to our technical expertise and the similar services we were providing in live events. So Sequence’s marked growth coupled with the new opportunities for us in both virtual and hybrid events made the brand refresh both a necessity and a priority as we head into 2021.”

“We are moving forward with intention”, adds Lizz Torgovnick, Sequence’s Chief Creative Officer. “This new look and feel reflects our purpose of creating events with essential connection, and it elevates Sequence to properly represent our quality of work and our talented team. It also has ties to our previous brand, because much of who we are and our core values remain unchanged.”

Sequence, which will celebrate its 10-year anniversary in 2021, has ramped up its offerings around virtual events, which based on projections from Grand View Research, will grow nearly ten-fold over the next decade from $78 billion to $774 billion. While the agency was quite active nationally and globally producing live events, virtual events have created increased opportunity through the elimination of geographical boundaries. “Live events will be back, and they’ll be back in a big way”, says Sloyer. “But the past year has clearly demonstrated that virtual events – and virtual event solutions – are undoubtedly here to stay.”


For more information on Sequence, visit www.sequence-events.com