Friday Feature with vConferenceOnline: Live Sessions Quick note: This is part 2 of our 3-part Friday Feature series focusing on the different types of sessions supported. To see last week’s article on Simulive sessions, click here! Conferences and events have always
Friday Feature with vConferenceOnline: Simulive Sessions Speaker management is time-consuming and often requires hours of back and forth on topics, resources, timing, and more. In-person, it is almost impossible to avoid. Finding the speakers. Negotiating contracts. Discussing topics to refine
Friday Feature with vConferenceOnline: Email Blasts Pre-event communication is vital. For years, you’ve sent important information regarding your events to your attendees, so they know what to expect. Schedules. Featured Sponsors. Keynote speakers. Necessary lodging and access information. Tickets. You
How to engage your attendees year-round Your event strategy should not revolve around only one event. If it does – that’s ok. You can fix it and accelerate your results. However, if an annual conference is all you have, you
Friday Feature with vConferenceOnline: Conversation Hall Engagement. Networking. Face-to-face interaction. Breakouts. If you host virtual events, you’ve looked for ways to create the ever-elusive “engagement” for your events. You’ve also asked each of your vendors what they offer in networking.
Interaction and engagement are key at any event. Your attendees will learn both from the presenter and from each other, and making the opportunity to learn easily available is extremely important. With vConferenceOnline.com, there are many opportunities for interactions between
Chat and Social Integration Options A big part of engaging your attendees in your event is giving them something to relate to and allowing communication between all involved. Our chat and social components are highly intuitive and easy to use.
Project Management, Setup and Management Assistance We’ll be there, working with you each step of the way. There are a number of details to setting up an event. It’s important to understand what has historically worked well, ideas that can