Maximize the potential of event data for months past the actual event. For most organizations, event technology is chosen by the meetings and events department based on traditional functionality. But what about the data?
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This hyper-focused session is going to peel back the mystery surrounding the massive data opportunity for virtual events. Vinnu is going to clue us in on the key features and experiences that drive audience engagement and what data you should be paying attention to.
How do you deliver not just great, relevant content for online conference attendees – but how do you also allow attendees to really engage with that content and with each other? How do you break away from a more typical “sit and listen” model to one that is more active and participatory?
Some meeting planners have a love-hate relationship with event technology. Technology allows organizations to automate processes, quickly provide information to key stakeholders, and provide insights to help us plan easier and better.
Virtual Conference and LMS Integration: Extending Conference Content [Integration & Post-Integration]
In Part 1 of the Virtual Conference and LMS Integration webinar series, we discussed getting ready for a successful integration. Now, let’s discuss how to let the data seamlessly flow between the platforms so that you get to make the most out of the integration.
Associations spend millions on producing conferences with valuable content for members. Many organizations consider using their Learning Management System (LMS) to extend the life of their conference content.
After pivoting from in-person to virtual meetings, meeting planners look to integrate both worlds with hybrid meetings. As planners conduct a cost-benefit analysis of hosting hybrid events, one large unknown factor is what audio-visual equipment is needed.
As the meetings industry shifts its focus to finding digital alternatives to in-person meetings, keeping virtual attendees engaged has become a hot topic. It’s a challenge to engage your audience when it comes to seemingly endless meetings that are heavy on information but light on unique and engaging content.
Why do people go to events? To learn, yes. But also very much to meet and connect with colleagues and peers. In many cases, this connectivity is actually what’s worth the price of admission; it’s what attracts attendees and sponsors and gets them to return to your next event.
Your event registration portal is the first impression of your virtual conference and association, making it necessary to have a smooth login process.