Posted 11th Oct 2018

Virtual Worlds kicks off roadshow at Roca Gallery

11th October 2018 - 13:24pm
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Virtual Worlds will kick off its new roadshow later this month, stopping at the Roca Gallery in London on the 17th-18th October for “a day of interactive discussion, networking and software giveaways”.

Guest speakers will be discussing ‘how to reinvigorate the high street’ at the event, focusing on ways to bring people into showrooms, and how bricks-and-mortar retailers can compete with their online counterparts.

Virtual Worlds will also be showcasing the latest developments in its 4D Theatre, as well as providing “exclusive offers” on software to attendees. Guests will also be given a tour of the Roca Gallery to view the latest collections from Roca and Laufen, pictured.

“2018 has been an incredibly exciting year for us with product launches and new developments in the works,” said Virtual Worlds managing director Nathan Maclean. “CAD design has come a long way and VR technology has begun to make its mark as the future of design for retailers and designers alike.

“We have always been pro the designer and pro the showroom, and we’re looking forward to leading the discussion into how we can help to secure the future of bricks-and-mortar retailers.”

Roca London gallery manager David Bromell added: “The Roca and Laufen product showroom shares its space naturally with exhibitions, presentations, professional meetings and events relating to design, architecture and sustainability. We’re looking forward to welcoming guests at this upcoming event and exploring virtual reality.”

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