Global Ports Holdings Wins Nassau Port bid with Multivision’s Help

When the government of the Bahamas decided to re-build the Cruise Port in Nassau they received multiple bids to help them accomplish that huge task.

One such bidder, Global Ports Holding in Istanbul Turkey asked Multivision to help them tell their story by producing their bid presentation video.

GPH is the worlds leading developer and Port management firm and has  an impressive track record of Public Private Partnerships with governments  From Europe to Asia and now the Caribbean.

Multivision worked along side  our good friends at the design firm Bermello/Ajamil to create a compelling story that showcased some very creative and progressive designs for the Port. It is a transformational project for the country that will make the new Port a place cruisers will want to go.

Says Multivision president Bob Berkowitz “It’s all about seeing the future with an  incredible new concept for Nassau and the Bahamas. We helped bring an amazing design to life and helped them usher in a new era of tourism there. It’s very exciting”.

Multivision gets involved in many government and Infrastructure presentations as part of our core business. From Airports to roadways, public transit and Waste Water treatment we have been all over the world helping clients tell their story and get selected..

Multivision Helps the GMCC honor Civic Leader Tony Argiz

For over 3 decades the “Sand In My Shoes” award has been Miami’s highest civic honor given to a community leader by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. Miami’s Multivision Video and film has produced the centerpiece video for this gala event ever since the beginning.

This year was no exception; and on Feb 13th over 850 civic and community leaders honored a man who exemplifies what the award is all about. “Tony Argiz is what Damon Runyon was talking about when he coined the phrase that has become the awards namesake”, says Multivision’s Bob Berkowitz. “ We are so pleased to have helped honor Tony and to continue the Sand in My Shoes tradition.”


Once again, the evening began with a video narrated by the late WTVJ Newscaster Ralph Rennick who came into the Multivision studios in 1981 and recorded the Runyon letter that started it all.

With Mistress of Ceremony Ana Navarro fabulous Piano virtuoso Chucho Valdes and a heartfelt speech by the honoree-it was a memorable event for all who attended.

“Its great being part of history- and Tony is one of the best people the Chamber could have ever picked for this award and we so much enjoyed capturing his spirit, generosity and Love of Miami for all to see”.