Sydney Virtual Event Streaming
In the wake of the pandemic, more and more events have moved to the virtual stage in order to continue engagement with their audiences, stakeholders, & clients. While this is not ideal for everyone, it does help to keep a business alive and well during a time where in-person events are being restricted.
Thankfully, virtual events tend to offer a reduction in costs Sydney Virtual Event Streaming and production times compared to live events. This makes them more accessible for businesses of all sizes to host and produce. As a result, virtual events are becoming increasingly popular and many agencies are starting to specialise in them.
While a conference live stream is the most obvious way to bring your virtual event to life, there are plenty of other options available that can help you to get the most out of it. By integrating entertainment features such as music, performance, or videography you can increase audience engagement. In addition to this, the inclusion of social media feeds and a live Q&A session can allow on-site and virtual guests to interact with each other, even when they are not physically at the event.
A number of organisations have used this opportunity to try and stand out from the crowd by incorporating creative, interactive elements into their virtual event. For example, Salesforce created a virtual ‘battle of the apps’ where Salesforce AppExchange partners were given three minutes to do a live demo of their product in front of the audience, which could be watched online. This was a fun way to engage the audience and allowed them to vote on their favourite which was then announced during the event.
Another creative way to boost your virtual event is to record and create a post-event highlight reel. This can be an important marketing tool for your brand and can be shared across all channels, including social media, email newsletters, and even on your website landing page. This will also enable you to maximise your ROI on your investment as it will increase the longevity of your content.
The most important factor in creating a successful virtual event is making sure that you promote it to your audience correctly. This can be achieved through a variety of channels, but the key is to ensure that your audience understands what you are trying to achieve. You should include all the key information about the event in your promotions so that your audience is fully prepared before attending.
Having an expert team on hand to assist you with your virtual event is essential. Corpcast are a leading virtual event management company who can help you to produce and broadcast your virtual event from start to finish. They have experience in real events and studio facilities and can provide you with full technical direction, live and pre-recorded video production, content management and streaming services. For more information on how they can help you to create a successful virtual event, contact them today.