Video quality is a vital component to consider when presenting online. Studies have shown that individuals who believed they looked good on calls are more confident, and participants rate them as more competent and find it easier to focus and remember the content with higher quality video. However, it’s not always clear to know […]
Connection is vitally important for presenting online, and although much of this is outside your control, there are elements you can improve from your home or office. I’ll caveat that I’m not an IT engineer, so coming at this more from the AV and presenting angle. Despite this, hopefully, this article will have some valuable […]
Lighting is one of the most essential factors for video conferencing, second only to audio in terms of the audio-visual side. Lighting impacts not only your overall look but importantly, the quality of your video. A good amount of light allows your camera to provide the best quality image. It’s much better (in our opinion) […]
GoRemote’s simple-to-use 3-minute check-up that identifies issues and provides expert advice for remote presentations for any event.
Following these tips, you can offer remote speakers VIP treatment and create a memorable event for all involved.
Framing may often seem like a subtle and secondary consideration for speakers, as it’s more important to hear and see the speaker first. However, if a screen is too low or too high, it can be difficult for the audience to engage with someone who isn’t looking directly at them.
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 […]
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.
Managing large events for medical professionals can offer specific challenges, especially in supporting and organising hundreds of speakers. When it’s a hybrid or a completely virtual event, managing doctors and professionals who are often pushed for time becomes even more complicated.
What will happen in the events industry in 2022? A discussion with Gus and Ben – GoRemote’s co-founders.
Ben Axtell and Augustin (Gus) Perret founders of GoRemote discuss the year ahead and how COVID has changed event management for the future.
Even though attending a virtual event is sometimes seen as a preference to going to a physical venue (due to travel, time constraints, budget etc.) Virtual can often seem a little stilted in comparison with the all-singing, all-dancing physical alternative.
There are so many choices when it comes to developing a hybrid event. Hybrid events can take the shape of one or more elements (including audience and speakers) being online as well as at the event.
As the world starts to transition back to onsite events, many event managers are considering hybrid as it offers the best of both worlds for their delegates and speakers.
GoRemote has supported hundreds of doctors, HCP’s and other medical professionals at online and hybrid events. These large congresses (preCOVID) were held in halls and filled to capacity with thousands of attendees, but when these events transitioned online, they required new ways to manage and organise their speakers – a big task. That’s where GoRemote came in – providing the teams and technology to ensure presenters achieved professional, seamless sessions that worked for an online audience.
Many events managers are considering hybrid events for congresses and conferences now and in the future. One of the main reasons these events are being considered over a return to traditional physical ones is because they offer greater inclusivity for delegates.