oVice, Inc. (Headquarters: Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture, CEO: Sae Hyung Jung), the number one company in Japan providing the trendy virtual remote space “oVice”, is sponsoring one of TechCrunch’s annual events, TC Mobility 2021, on June 9th. Along with participating as a speaker in the partner session, oVice is also responsible for hosting the closing reception of the event.
Join the Mobility Revolution With TechCrunch
Just like every year, TechCrunch organizes the Mobility Session event to discuss the topic of the mobility revolution and the future of transportation. During this year’s event, startups of the mobility industry, investors, and technologists will meet online and get interviewed by TechCrunch editors. There will also be live demos, pitches, breakout sessions, and of course networking with around 1500 people. Don’t miss the chance to join on June 9th and get your pass here.
Hear from oVice CEO Sae Hyung Jung During the Partner Session and Visit oVice Exhibition Booth
On June 9th from 03:00 pm to 03:20 pm PST, oVice founder and CEO will be participating during the partner session as a speaker. The discussion will revolve around remote work and the mobility industry. Specifically, how telework contributes to the expansion of the mobility infrastructure and sustainability in Japanese rural areas. There will also be a virtual exhibition booth for oVice along with the other exhibitors, so people can visit, hear about oVice story, ask questions, and learn more about what it offers as a technology startup.
What is oVice and How Does it Work?
oVice is a 2D virtual space where people meet and interact as avatars. Replicating natural human approaching behaviors online, users have the ability to virtually walk-around and mingle with others by getting their avatars closer to the other party. The closer they get, the greater voices will be. This makes it easier to walk in and out of conversations along with providing an environment that allows for more coincidental discussions. In order to make online interaction more enriching, people can share video-conferencing tools, like screen share, video chat, and more!
oVice Space for a Virtual Closing Networking Reception
oVice features customizable elements which facilitate its support to a wide range of applications. This time, TechCrunch will have their closing networking reception held at oVice virtual space. Since it’s the last session of the event, it will be the perfect opportunity for attendees to meet just like in reality, network, and have fun together. oVice design team will create a layout that’s similar to a real party venue so people can feel as if they’re attending a physical event. The plan is to incorporate board games, virtual cocktail counters, and even a photobooth! Of course, along with networking booths for the breakout sessions. That way, everyone can have the freedom to wander around the space and join the activities that bring them interest.
Starting at 03:30 pm PST on TC-Mobility-Networking-Reception
oVice, Inc. Overview
The company develops and provides a virtual space “oVice” that helps people to gather in one space, move freely, and interact effectively for the purpose of enhancing remote communication. Since the service was released in August 2020, 5000 spaces have been created so far. Not only as virtual offices for companies of various industries and sizes, but also for online exhibitions, wedding events, and academic activities.
Company name: oVice, Inc.
Location: 113 B, Motofuchumachi, Nanao City, Ishikawa Prefecture
Representative: Sae Hyung Jung
Established: February 2020
Business: Development and provision of virtual spaces that can be used for virtual offices and online events
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Company Name: OVice, Inc.
Contact Person: Young Soo Hwang
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Phone: +81 01048904441
Address:926-0021 113 B, Motofuchumachi
City: Nanao City