Weeks into lockdown it's no surprise that the demand for virtual events is skyrocketing. It's heartening to see how adaptive the event plannign industry can be.
We are working around the clock to meet the demand for tech to deliver high quality and engaging virtual event experiences. It's intense, but we are truly grateful to be busy and we are enjoying taking our clients on this journey.
We are aware that speakers are on a new journey too. Suddenly they are responsible for their stage and Audio Visuals (AV).
They are also up close and personal with their audience (albeit virtually). However, all the usual engagement indicators (eye contact, facial expression and applause) will be limited.
Presenting in a virtual event must feel like a daunting endeavour.
With this in mind, we have compiled some essential tips to help speakers in their home studios put their best virtual foot forward.
To find out how to best equip your speakers for online events, head over to crowdcomms' blog here.