Presenting the same content over and over again is literally and virtually exhausting. But, what can you do? Virtual and hybrid events are still on an incredible growth trajectory and popular topics presented by sought-after presenters aren't getting a rest anytime soon. We're starting to hear about "presentation fatigue." (Think 'zoom fatigue' only with more talking and "on" time.)
While it's true that in-person events are ramping back up, virtual and hybrid events aren't going away. They've become a vital part of the events landscape and are still on track to continue their growth. According to recent research conducted by Vimeo, 72% of survey respondents indicated they plan to attend at least the same number of online events as they did during lockdown.
Maintaining on-going strategy, technical management, and delivering a consistent brand experience for your attendees while developing high-quality content consistently is daunting. Is it time to consider hiring a virtual event program services provider? Learn the essential elements to effective program management and how EventBuilder helps create and design managed programs, from first contact to implementation and beyond.
As virtual events and meetings have become part of our everyday lives, it's easy to become a little complacent about our online manners. They do still matter. How many of us have been on virtual events with a Chewer, a Nature Lover, an Orator, or a Sneezer in attendance? (Hey kids! There's a mute button quite literally at your fingertips!) Let's revisit ten etiquette tips for your next virtual event. The th