Best Practices to Accelerate Your Pivot to Virtual Events

Presenter: McNeel Keenan

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Meeting and event professionals across the globe are adapting to the “new normal” during these challenging times, with many making the move to virtual events. While this is a new frontier for some, the good news is that the fundamentals of great in-person events also apply to virtual events: promotion, registration, driving and capturing attendee engagement, gathering feedback, etc.—but there are some unique differences and details you should be aware of if you want to make the successful transition to virtual.

In this live webinar, we’ll share tips and best practices on how to accelerate your pivot to virtual, so you can deliver great virtual events when you need them the most.

During this live presentation you’ll learn:

  • How going virtual affects the event planning lifecycle (what stays, what goes, what changes)
  • How to build an engaging virtual event your attendees will love, and how to connect them with each other
  • Best practices from industry peers for virtual events of all sizes
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McNeel Keenan, Vice President, Product Management, Cvent
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