Virtual and remote hybrid attendees , with their shorter attention spans and greater distractions, are harder to engage than a face-to-face audience. The good news is that there has been an explosion of innovation over this past year to meet this challenge. This session will cover many of these developments to help you design and manage a successful event centered on attracting both remote and face-to-face attendees’ interest and motivating their involvement throughout your events.

Learning Objectives:

  • See many creative ideas on how a range of virtual/hybrid event platforms are catching attendee interest and engrossing them in the event.
  • Learn some of the best engagement practices that event planners have developed over this past year of intense virtual event management.
  • Experience a range ideas for networking, matchmaking, meeting room interactivity, gamification, and much more.
  • Receive apps, links, web tools, which you can use to harness the power.
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What The Audience Is Saying

  • Fantastic seminar! Very exciting advances to come. Your enthusiasm is contagious.
    Michele Mamacos Manager of Events Services
    Northlands
  • "On a scale of 1 to 10, your session was a 20!"
    Joanne Langevin Manger of Meetings and Events
    College of Family Physicians of Canada
  • Sensational session. Worth the entire PCMA registration fee.
    Bonnie Wallsh Chief Strategist
    Bonnie Walsh Associates
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