Organizations tend to get professional services assistance for one of two reasons: they can’t do something or they don’t want to. There are variations of those, of course (such as “we want a backup plan”).
Hosting a panel discussion using a video or web conferencing technology (e.g., Skype for Business, GoToWebinar) isn’t hard, but it is a little different. You know how we aren’t fans of the word webinar, and this is a good example of a communication use case where the most common paradigm of what a webinar is just isn’t useful.
Are you leaving money on the table because your webinars are still partying like it’s 1999?
Webinar is a portmanteau for “web seminar.” You probably knew that, but consider this:
NW Virtual Partners LLC (dba EventBuilder) has completed the acquisition of 1080 Group's assets and welcomes Roger Courville to the team as the Chief Content Officer.
After a recent webinar I got this fabulous question from Liam R.: