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How to Plan a Successful Hybrid Event

How to Plan a Successful Hybrid Event

The business world has changed. More people are working remotely than ever before, prompting companies to adopt online meeting technology that enables employees to remain connected, updated, and productive. Now that we’re moving into a post-pandemic world, many...

Why Virtual Events Should Mix Live & Pre-recorded Video

Why Virtual Events Should Mix Live & Pre-recorded Video

Advantages of hosting a completely live virtual event Why hosting a pre-recorded event might be right for you Mixing live and pre-recorded content in your virtual event Partner with the right livestream production team As hybrid offices become more commonplace,...

Event Breakout Sessions: Strategies and Ideas

Event Breakout Sessions: Strategies and Ideas

Breakout sessions have the potential to be the most powerful, impactful, and engaging parts of almost any online event. These sessions are short group activities that allow attendees to brainstorm different ideas that surround the event's general theme, after which...

10 Fun Ideas for Your Next Online Event

10 Fun Ideas for Your Next Online Event

Now that many companies and their employees are growing more comfortable with online events, many business owners are looking for ways to make them unique and engaging for attendees. Engagement and enjoyment during your virtual corporate events, AGMs, and other...

How Livestream Q&A Sessions Actually Work

How Livestream Q&A Sessions Actually Work

Q&A sessions are an integral part of any livestreamed meeting or event because they offer the opportunity for you to fully engage with your audience through an open flow of dialogue.  With in-person live events, hosting Q&A is relatively straightforward....

9 Tips to Building Your On-Camera Confidence

9 Tips to Building Your On-Camera Confidence

Many business leaders are very comfortable speaking before a live audience. The crowd's energy, the visible smiles and laughter, and smatterings of applause throughout your talk provide you with instant feedback on how your presentation is going. Even if things aren't...