Mangata created Zurich Improve proprietary design from the concept to the production of the two editions held at Palácio Tangará, an elegant retreat just a short distance from the bustle of São Paulo.
We thrived on limitation and used the stage in unique and creative ways to bring out the best in the event – at times it was split and presented simultaneous lectures via phone and at other times the stage was fully open. An informative application, which also enabled attendees to interact with each other, was developed exclusively for the event. A technological scenography project and lectures given by Brazil’s former minister of finance and economist Maílson da Nóbrega and Brazilian key journalist Arnaldo Jabor were great highlights of this content event.
Mangata was awarded a Prêmio de Criatividade Lusófonos (Lusophone Creativity Award) for this project.