*** A recording of this Webinar is now available: Virtual Events Webinar recording. ***
*** A briefer podcast of the panelist discussion is also available at Radio Free Association ***
A week from today, on May 31 from 2:00 to 3:15 pm Eastern, Jeff and I will take part in a free educational Webinar on virtual events sponsored by iCohere (http://icohere.com/WebinarVirtualEvents.htm). The Webinar, moderated by iCohere’s Lance Simon, will feature five meeting leaders talking about their experience with virtual events. Jeff and I will share aggregate survey data from our Association Virtual Events report.
In addition to sharing an overview of their organization’s experience with virtual events, Marie A. Bass of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), Regina Coll of the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Jack Coursen of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Helen Li of Abt Associates (USAID SHOPS Program) and Tom Manning of Learning Forward will comment on the following critical aspects of virtual events:
- Why did you do a virtual event? What made the timing right?
- Hybrid or stand-alone—what drove the decision?
- Do people come to virtual events? Why or why not?
- Do people like virtual events?
- Can you make money with virtual events, and how?
We’ll wrap up with a lightning round of the panelists’ predictions for the future of virtual events.
The Webinar is complimentary, but space is limited, so grab your seat for “People, Profits, and So What? Virtual Events: The State of the Sector.”
P.S. As I mentioned last week, if you’re interested in virtual events, in addition to the Association Virtual Events report and the free Webinar, you should also check out our online virtual events resource center.