We appreciate conferences to help rejuvenate and inspire us. We value opportunities to share ideas, network and learn from each other. Unfortunately, due to time or budget restrictions, only a fraction of our community gets to experience these programs. To increase relevancy and engagement, organizations are creating online conference and event experiences that bring cutting edge content and meaningful conversations to their entire community. The effort to be more inclusive provides the right message to help build loyalty and attract new stakeholders.
In this session, we will explore the benefits of upping your virtual events game to make a real impact on the success of your organization.
• Understand the value of virtual events and explore real-world examples.
• Discuss how webcasts, livestreaming, and virtual conferences can extend your reach, revenue, and impact.
• Define the technical requirements for launching a virtual event and how you can implement the latest trends.
Senior Event Producer, CommPartners
Jill is a seasoned Event Producer that works with clients to ensure their virtual events are executed with precision and expertise. Originally from a little town called Hollywood (Maryland), Jill is a Towson University graduate who plays competitive softball and is an avid Redskins, Capitals and Orioles fan.
Director of Multimedia, CommPartners
Jon joined CommPartners in December 2008 with a rich background in broadcast television and festival/concert visuals. He uses his passion and creativity for multimedia to enhance CommPartners clients’ webcast experiences.
Vice President, Client Development, CommPartners
Meghan is an Upstate New York Native who graduated from James Madison University. Starting with the company in 2007, Meghan has evolved to be a leader at CommPartners, directing our client development efforts. She enjoys strategizing with clients and exploring new avenues of delivering their online education. Her background working as an Event Producer and Client Development Representative has prepared her well for this position.