Why technical partnerships are essential for your hybrid event
While events planners have improved their understanding of virtual events during the last few years of online-only access for their delegates, moving towards a hybrid future has its own challenges.
When to plan a hybrid event
Hybrid events have become a hot topic in the events world. A few weeks ago, we discussed why you should choose hybrid in our blog . This new post outlines the pros and cons of opting for hybrid following the staggered return to physical events for Autumn 2021 and beyond.
9 interactive tools to help your event speakers to shine
For interactive and hybrid events, it’s crucial that speakers persuade their audience to stay for their entire session. However, it can be challenging to keep the attention of delegates that are logging in online. For virtual attendees, it’s tempting to continue working in the background, which can often mean that essential points are missed as the presentation isn’t given its full attention, or they log off if they feel the session is dull.
Managing speakers in multiple time zones
One of the most attractive benefits of virtual conferences is that people can join in from anywhere at any time. Meaning that your speakers can come from far-flung places, but unique challenges crop up when you have speakers all over the world in different time zones. Here’s some advice for events managers struggling with managing international events.
How to get the best technical set-up for virtual stage
For over a year GoRemote has been delivering dedicated virtual support, including the technical set-up, for speakers – whether they are presenting a webinar, holding a conference session, or hosting an important meeting. In that time, our producers and stage managers have developed a definitive list for the set-up of virtual stages, ideal for setting up your virtual stage – at home, in the studio or at the office.
Effective speaker management for large events
The backbone to any successful event is an excellent roster of speakers. Significant established events (or exciting new ones) can draw some brilliant speakers who are specialists in their field. In addition, many of these speakers are very well connected – if they have a good experience talking at a conference, they can become brand ambassadors to pull in people for your next event.
Why events managers should consider hybrid events
In 2020, the buzzword for events was virtual, but now more and more hybrid events are starting to be discussed /planned. Hybrid offers the best of both worlds – online talks to those who can’t attend in person and physical networking opportunities and events for those who can.
How to prepare your speakers for successful virtual events
Good management and preparation are critical to delivering a successful event.
GoRemote: One year on
As we celebrate GoRemote’s first anniversary, we look back on what this past year has meant for our professional event production and speaker support business.