The effects of Covid-19 have called for businesses in the events industry to find opportunities to thrive in new ways. Technology plays a significant role here and many companies are now considering the idea of hosting virtual events online as an alternative.
Shift to digital events
Due to the recent coronavirus crisis, live events can't take place. Everyone has to stay at home, and there are restrictions on meeting with people. That's why virtual events have become extremely popular. Organising online events, live streaming conferences, offering mobile apps and other virtual tools can be a good option now.
Coronavirus changed the game and challenged the event industry with unprecedented lockdowns. Many event organizers are canceling or postponing their events, given the great uncertainty for the months to come. But are postponing and canceling the only options? Sure not. There is a new trend emerging: events are going #virtual, taking the complete event experience online with speakers, sponsors, and participants joining remotely. Event technology is essential here and it can make the difference between boring live-streams and engaging events.
Top tips to get the most out of working from home, by Shocklogic.
1. Choose where you will work from
Are you sharing a space with others? Negotiate (if possible) when and where you will work from best. Some might need their privacy and silence. Others might be able to speak freely. Take into consideration the different types of work and activities of those you share the space with.
2. Set up your arena