Updated: Jul 10
In light of the current circumstances, event planners and producers are now looking for new ways to keep their audiences together, and avoid cancellations. Are you ready for this new era? Now is the time to brainstorm ways to bring the experience of your events to a virtual audience that’s ready for engagement. As you begin planning your next round of events, here are a few ideas: 1. Have a completely-online experience: All your presenters and panelists are remotely located. We can coordinate sessions from a virtual control room and stream to a worldwide audience. 2. Host a smaller, in-person event: We will provide an on-site team to capture and stream your event worldwide. The set design and lighting, together with the professional video and audio equipment can really draw your audience in, to make them feel like they’re actually there. This is also a great add-on for events that need to reduce their in-person attendance. 3. Simulcast two meetings: Scheduling conflicts may lead to the cancellation of events. Now regional events can take place concurrently. We can make a virtual link between both meetings; allow presenters and moderators to interact across locations; merge regionally separated panelists into the same sessions, and the audience can connect during Q&A and polling with both events. These options can work across many platforms and integrate with any video conferencing system you are used to working with. We use industry-leading, un-hindered and un-restricted systems to give you a custom-built package for your unique event needs. For more information or to discuss your next virtual event, don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to working with you.