About this webinar:
Covid-19 has seen both internal and external events move online in droves, with the pandemic making in-person events largely unfeasible.
While this move was initially out of necessity, many organisations have embraced virtual events, and are keen to find new ways of reaching customers and employees in innovative ways. Furthermore, due to the convenience of attending virtual events from the comfort of their own homes, the pivot to online has proved popular with attendees, offering savings in terms of cost, time, and environmental impact.
However, delivering a successful online event is not without its challenges. With attendees joining an average of 20 virtual events in 2020, expectations are higher than ever, and high-quality video and audio, ease of use, and innovative features are a must for those wanting to stand out from the crowd. Businesses have encountered difficulties recreating the atmosphere and opportunities for networking that in-person events bring. Therefore, as the world begins to plan for life after the pandemic, many are now considering how virtual events will fit into the future, and how a hybrid approach could play out.
This webinar, featuring bespoke research, will explore how organisations have responded to the challenges around both internal and external events over the past 12 months, their plans and opinions relating to the future, and what business leaders look for in a virtual event solution. We’ll also discuss the challenges faced when doing business through the medium of video, and how this will change as workers return to the office. Finally, we pose the question, “Will future business events be predominantly hybrid?”