Called “Hybrid Events: Things You Didn’t Know You Needed To Know”, the webinar comes at a time when more companies are shifting a percentage of their businesses to the internet. The one-hour training will be held on September 9, 2021, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm +0000.
More details can be found at https://event.vconferenceonline.com/microsite/html/event.aspx?id=1893&cid=amp2
The new webinar discusses how to find the perfect balance between in-person activity and online discussion to fully communicate the intended message with event guests and participants. Stephen Wynkoop, who will moderate the training, explains that businesses today need to adapt to the changing climate, including how they communicate with their target audience.
This is crucial given how the current pandemic has forced more companies to set up remote teams and plan for events online. However, this may become difficult, Wynkoop says, when a business is inherently people-oriented or dependent on physical interactions.
These companies cannot completely eliminate physically meeting their customers but should be agile enough to offer some sort of online capability. This results in the need for hybrid events, or the mix of offline and online activities for a particular discussion or affair.
The webinar is being offered at no cost to support more companies looking to maintain their relevance with hybrid event planning. The live online training will also explain how to carefully plan these events so that the offline activities do not obliterate their online counterparts.
The goal is to educate participants on creating a successful hybrid event that results in a fast return of investment.
It is open to all professionals across various industries, though event experts are highly encouraged to attend.
Currently, there is only one session available but Wynkoop says that future events may be planned, depending on the need.
Wynkoop explains, “Hybrid events are a key planning point for the future as event planners look to safeguard events, grow revenue opportunities, and provide options to attendees. We’ll look into different approaches and the implications of different options when it comes to insulating revenues and creating meaningful options for attendees.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://event.vconferenceonline.com/microsite/html/event.aspx?id=1893&cid=amp2
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