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ECA2 launches new website and brand identity

ECA2 new website

ECA2, a leading creator of high-quality multimedia shows, has unveiled its new-look website and logo as it celebrates a new chapter.

ECA2 has announced the launch of its revamped website and revealed its new logo, alongside details of its new brand approach. The company has redesigned its website and identity, in keeping with the evolution of both ECA2 and the industry as a whole.

“The time has come for ECA2 to mark its evolution. In a world that needs new dreams, where people are ready to come back out, explore, and be amazed, we embrace our role as bold storytellers more than ever before,” says Jean-Christophe Canizares, Chairman and CEO of ECA2 group. “In our hearts, we are still the same inspired team, always searching to inspire fresh emotions in audiences everywhere.”

A new approach

The streamlined new website is easy to navigate and showcases the capabilities and previous projects that ECA2 has worked on, highlighting its unique processes and methodology, as well as making it easy for existing and potential clients to contact the company.

The company calls the rebrand “a brand new approach to reflect what we have become. Always keeping in mind our clients, colleagues, partners and friends who all have contributed to our actual DNA.”

ECA2 creates multi-media and multi-sensory shows and has almost 30 years of experience in putting on bespoke spectacles, from Olympic ceremonies and sporting events to world expos, indoor pavilions, theme parks, high-end tourism destinations, mixed-use areas, hotels and casinos, public places and more. To date, ECA2 has produced more than sixty shows in seventeen countries around the world.

Last year, the company transformed the Chinese myth of Pan Gu into an immersive experience for a theatre in Hekou Village in Lanzhou, China, using state of the art technology to bring the story to life for a modern audience.

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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