(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents televëda.)
By Kevin Reagan | San Tan Sun
When the pandemic began to shut down the city last spring and close public facilities, Chandler was already equipped to quickly adapt its recreational services over to a digital audience.
A year-long partnership with Televeda, an Arizona-based software business, was enabling the city to host online activities for home-hound residents long before it became necessary for local governments to offer its services virtually.
Yoga, dance, art, and science classes have been transferred onto Televeda’s video platform – allowing students to participate safely from the comfort of their own homes.
“I think Chandler was really 10 steps ahead of the curve,” said Shruti Gurudanti, one of Televeda’s founders.
The partnership with Televeda was formed a couple months before the pandemic halted the city recreational services, positioning Chandler to swiftly pivot over to a digital format.