Aruba’s events and entertainment industry clicked into a higher gear this week with the entry of leading photographic experience company SK Click.
Launched with a show-stopping event in Indian Rock Garden, the firm showcased the dynamic range of products and technology that they will now be offering to corporate clients, venues and event coordinators.
With offices in the UK and now Aruba, the firm has invested $50,000 in technology and created 3 new jobs with plans for further investment over the next 12 months as they create unrivalled and unforgettable photographic experiences.
SK Click will help businesses and brands leverage user-generated content and immersive events across the island with products such as the SK Retro, SK Glam Cam, SK Mosaic and the SK Roamer delivering exclusive photo experiences.
“Speaking at the launch Saskia Garrido, Director said, “Following the success of SK Click in the UK, we wanted to bring something special to Aruba. We have chosen 4 exclusive products, which can be brought together or used individually for weddings, special occasions, events, marketing campaigns or even permanent installs. Working with business, individuals and venues we can create fun, interactive experiences that deliver something special for customers and enhance their marketing efforts.
Raising the bar and giving tourists and locals unforgettable experiences and events has never been more important. We are passionate about enhancing Aruba’s economy by offering never-before-seen, cutting-edge products and innovative event technology which can do just that.
We look forward to working with local companies in the coming months and growing their business alongside ours.”
SK Click are also keen to be involved and immersed in the local community with an ambition to give back through creative partnerships.
The first of these partnerships was unveiled at the launch, and showcased the show-stopping powers of the SK Mosaic to raise awareness of Aruba Bird Life Conservation and honor the plight of the Aruba Brown Throat Parakeet, The Prikichi.
Working with teacher Addonsito Croes, the children from Filomena College Mavo, Greg Peterson, Aruba Bird Life Conservation and local photographer Armando Goedgedrag the SK Click team utilized this unique event technology to create 2 beautiful mosaics; one featuring an image from Greg Peterson and one from Armando. Each piece of art was donated to the college and Aruba Bird Life conservation this week.