In the face of the Coronavirus global pandemic, most of the nation’s – and the world’s – businesses have closed their offices and transitioned to a complete remote work environment. With little to no time to prepare, businesses are facing unprecedented challenges in how they market, sell, train and stay connected.
For years, Worktank has successfully supported many of our clients’ events using Zoom. The ease of use, integration features, and video-first focus have made it a go-to platform for public-facing “webinar” style events, as well as internal conference calls and team meetings. Its rise in popularity has been impressive, and not unexpected.
Still holding important meetings via teleconferencing? It may be time for an upgrade. Teleconferences first started in the early 1960s, and while communication via phone has certainly changed since then, the implementation of teleconferences has not changed much at all.
Webinars and webcasts can be very effective for lead generation and moving prospects along in the sales funnel. A lot of planning (and money) goes into these types of virtual events.
Just like a physical event, a webcast has many moving parts. With so many parts in play, it is easy to overlook a crucial element and turn your event into a disaster.
If you are putting together a conference or corporate event, you most likely want it to be experienced by as many individuals as possible. If you are wondering how to grow your audience or improve company-wide communication; utilizing a live streaming service can be the perfect solution.
Webcasting is being utilized by companies of all sizes in order to expand the reach and impact of key events, meetings, and ideas. Live streaming events allow you to reach audiences around the world with your message in a cost-effective manner.