Information for our partners
Information About Your Video Entry
The contributions are moderated and recorded with a uniform IGW opening and closing credits. The contributions are available live on the event website and as video-on-demand for at least 3 months after the event.
Please refrain from long company presentations. We would like to advise you to go straight to the core topics and present your topics in the most entertaining way possible. Concentrate on the added value for your audience in terms of content. Presentations of a marketing nature and pure product advertising are not desired.
Our streaming service provider will contact you regarding the technical details. In general, the video should be pre-produced according to the following specifications: Format: preferably 16:9; resolution: 1920x1080 pixels / 1080p; file format: .mp4, .mov, .h264, wmv.
- 500 EUR* pre-produced video up to 10 minutes
- 800 EUR* pre-produced video up to 20 minutes
- 1.000 EUR* pre-produced video up to 45 minutes
- 1.500 EUR* studio use up to 30 minutes
- 2,000 EUR* studio use up to 45 minutes
* plus the currently valid VAT
Be a part of it!
Submit your contributions from the fields of food, agriculture and horticulture that our IGW audience wants to see! This can be in the form of a:
- round discussion
- ...do you have another idea? Just let us know!
Please note that this is not a platform for pure product advertising without content connection.
Whether you produce this video yourself or record it in our studio onsite:
We stream live and present your contributions in a moderated manner at the right place.
During the two days, all contributions will be available as a live stream and video on demand afterwards. After prior registration, the content is accessible to our entire audience free of charge.
The possibilities are diverse and colourful. Please let us know your topics and ideas by 1 December 2020.
The topics of IGW Digital revolve around the three areas of food, agriculture and horticulture, e.g:
- Regionality and organic
- Food production and waste
- Security of supply
- Climate Change
- Digital world of food
- ...and much more!