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A Guide to Successful and Meaningful Virtual Events

In Webcasting Articles by David Kovalcik

Now that a vast majority of events are being pushed online, it is very important that you and your company are prepared for what that entails. Virtual events are slowly becoming the norm in personal and business life. In order to adapt to this, you need to understand how to provide your audience with a meaningful event, in the absence …


What’s next? Heading Back to Work After the COVID-19 Pandemic

In Webcasting Articles by David Kovalcik

As businesses begin to reopen and transition to their new “normal”, many employees are starting to go back to the office after working remotely for the past 3 months. Heading back to work after the COVID-19 pandemic will, undoubtedly raise questions. When will all employees have to come back to the office? Are there safety precautions in place? Will employees …

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How to Transition to Online Events

In Webcasting Articles by David Kovalcik

As a result of the Coronavirus stay-at-home orders and quarantine, companies, organizations, businesses, and the like, must transition their typical in-person events to an online setting. On the surface this may seem like a simple shift. However, changing an event that has always been face to face is not easy. Various adjustments will need to be made in order to …

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Live and Virtual Audiences – Breaking Down Barriers

In Webcasting News by David Kovalcik

Live and virtual audiences may be located differently but the fundamental problems of reaching them remain the same – how do you engage with an audience and how do you get them to remember your content? We recently encountered this exact issue with a client who wanted to establish and educate a live audience as to the legitimate need for …