CC2016 | Who Makes The Party Happen

Guided by the dream of producing the world’s biggest party, communication and events’ agency SRCOM and Italian events holding Filmmaster Group came together in order to create Cerimônias Cariocas 2016 (Rio de Janeiro’s Ceremonies, or CC2016).

After months of hard work competing against the biggest event agencies in the world, CC2016 finally won the competition.

In addition, for the first time in Olympics’ history, the same company will be responsible for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics and Paralympics, as well as the Olympic and Paralympic torch relay and the delegations’ reception at the Olympic and Paralympic Villas.

The company is also in charge of assisting Rio 2016’s Organizing Committee of the Olympics and Paralympics, during the production of all ceremonies, as well as consultancy in production and executive management for the Live Sites project, located at the Olympic Parks of Barra da Tijuca and Deodoro.

With a team of experienced and passionate professionals, CC2016 unites international quality standards and Brazilian creativity, focusing on writing a new chapter in Latin America’s history.

Involved with the Olympics project since 2012, CC2016 also produced the handover of the Olympic and Paralympic flags during the Closing Ceremony of London’s Olympics, in 2012. The event had a number of well stablished Brazilian personalities present, such as Marisa Monte, Seu Jorge, Pelé, Paralamas do Sucesso and Carlinhos Brown, amongst others.

MISSION

Mission: assist the Organizing Committee of Rio 2016’s Olympics and Paralympics with the planning and production of the Olympic ceremonies and events, through a team that includes some of the best professionals in their fields, nationally and internationally.

VALUES

Excellency
Efficiency
Commitment
Responsibility
Social legacy

VISION

Make memorable ceremonies and events and, by doing so, contribute to the legacy of success generated by Rio 2016’s Olympics and Paralympics, both in Brazil, and to the Olympics’ history.