At Worktank, we’re all about communicating, engaging and connecting. We’re really good at educating businesses on how they can use video solutions to do all three of these things effectively with their internal teams, external partners, clients and customers. But here’s the thing, it’s possible to do too much, particularly with regard to video meetings.
We’re seeing a sharp rise in the number of virtual conferences – and it’s not just because social gatherings of more than ten people have been banned in much of the country. In fact, even before COVID-19 shutdown conferences across the globe, 2020 was showing every sign that this was going to be the year of the virtual event. Why is that? Well, let’s start with these 7 reasons.
Telecommuting continues to rise in popularity, not just among workers, but with employers, too. In addition to providing employees with flexibility and autonomy, both in where they live and how often they work onsite, companies are finding that remote work policies can actually increase productivity and decrease costs. Yet, despite the many benefits, one challenge persists: employee engagement.
Whether you are hosting your very first webinar or you have been delivering online presentations for years, the key to sustained success is knowing what webinar attendees are looking for.
Keeping in mind that 65% of people are visual learners, and 90% of all information that comes to the brain are visual, your slide deck can easily make or break your webinar.
Webinars provide an ideal platform for your company to establish yourself as a thought leader in your space and help develop your brand voice In addition to that, webinars can be a significant revenue driver for your business. However, webinars are fairly time-consuming to produce.
You’ve spent a bunch of time planning a killer webinar, now it is time to get people to sign-up for it! In order to get people to actually attend your webinar, it is important to establish a smooth registration process and sign-up page.
Internal conferences and meetings play a crucial role in a company’s ability to develop business strategy, implement new policies, discover industry trends, and connect employees in a way that facilitates discussion and promotes a shared vision.