Driving Awareness for AR / VR Collaboration Platform Spatial

Spatial enables an entirely new way of working together and eliminates the need for video conferencing and work travel. With Spatial, users can connect from all over the world and share ideas seamlessly using lifelike avatars and knowledge work tools, unlocking a new level of productivity not confined by space.

Company GOAL:

Clarity was tasked by Spatial one week before CES to elevate its presence at the show and garner attention from top tier outlets for its Q1 funding and partnership news.

Clarity’s Challenge:

Clarity’s challenge was to deliver results in a short time frame

Spatial enables an entirely new way of working together and eliminates the need for video conferencing and work travel. With Spatial, users can connect from all over the world and share ideas seamlessly using lifelike avatars and knowledge work tools, unlocking a new level of productivity not confined by space.

Clarity was tasked by Spatial one week before CES to elevate its presence at the show and garner attention from top tier outlets for its Q1 funding and partnership news. With the obvious short time frame and news agenda around CES, Clarity’s challenge was to deliver meaningful results in one of the busiest times of the year.

Clarity worked hard to secure key briefings for Spatial, and in the week before CES and after the event this has resulted in a steady cadence of media placements, including top tier coverage with Axios, Fast Company, Tech Meme, TechCrunch, TIME Magazine and more.

In total, Clarity has secured over 40 placements to-date surrounding Spatial’s presence at CES, its Series A funding round, and partnership news and continues to generate placements amid its growth in popularity due to remote work.

Results

Inbound interest in Spatial (requests for accounts & demos) increased 400%
40+ media placements
Top tier coverage included WIRED, CNBC, Axios, Fast Company Magazine, Reuters, TIME Magazine

selected press

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