Introducing Checkr – a new remote speaker check service from GoRemote
GoRemote’s simple-to-use 3-minute check-up that identifies issues and provides expert advice for remote presentations for any event.
Why audio is important for remote speakers
Audio is critical for remote speakers and presenting online, most audiences can cope with a poor picture and dropouts, but if they can’t hear the speaker, they’ll switch off. Getting your audio clear and crisp isn’t that difficult to achieve; it might simply be the case of investing in a good headset or some […]
Overcome challenges in managing your remote event speakers with GoRemote’s new eBook
GoRemote has recently released a Guide to Getting Remote Speaker Management Right, which is available to download here.In it, we offer advice and insight into our area of expertise, along with practical tips and tricks that we have learnt through our experiences managing virtual speakers at numerous world-class congresses and events. Full of real-world […]
Attract VIPs and enhance the audience experience with remote sessions
In events management, remote speaker sessions are assumed to have smaller attendance than physical face-to-face sessions; often, people cite lack of interactivity or not being ‘in the room’ with the speaker as reasons that attendees prefer them less. However, GoRemote has seen that when the remote sessions are with a high-profile speaker, attendees will […]
Adopting ESG for virtual and hybrid events
Organisations, consortiums and businesses are focusing on ESG elements (environmental, social, governance) to effect real cultural change and growth within their industry. For forward-looking companies getting ESG priorities right is becoming a key driver for success for their stakeholders and how their end-users and clients perceive the company.
Making your future events more sustainable
Governments and organisations worldwide have made it clear that we need to reduce our carbon impact on the planet drastically. For event managers, this can be difficult, as so much of event planning relies on travel to a physical location, materials production, and energy usage. For an event to be truly sustainable, every aspect of event management must be carefully considered.