Now that the stakes for all meetings have been raised, meeting planners and event organizers must find the right people with the right talent to tell their leadership’s story virtually to the masses as part of the hybrid component of an in-person program.
The virtual component of hybrid meetings always creates a challenge when it comes to achieving true engagement with attendees. Try these tips from AV network RSN, which has produced more than 1,000 hybrid events, to really keep your audience involved.
Hybrid meetings feature a lot of expensive moving parts, and thus require a planning process that in some cases is more complicated than a traditional in-person event. Here are some key questions planners should ask themselves and share with their AV partner, courtesy of Rental & Staging Network.
A new wave of dynamic, interactive and accessible hybrid events has transformed the meetings industry and brought more organizations and more people closer together. But production of them has also gotten much more involved. Here’s how.
Last year, AV production companies showcased their ability to be full-scale, virtual content producers with the ingenuity to create memorable experiences for virtual audiences around the world. Here are some standout examples of AV tech ingenuity that stemmed from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Meeting and event planners will need to familiarize themselves with an online audiovisual world that has changed dramatically because of the pandemic. Mark Miller, president of the Rental & Staging Network, reached out to his colleagues to provide some overarching tips.