Over the last few years, the event landscape has changed significantly. The pandemic pushed everything online, and virtual events – like remote working – are here to stay for many of us in 2023, and beyond.
In fact, the recent Eventbright Event Trends Report shows that over half of people expect to attend more if not about the same number of virtual events in 2023.
Respondents to the survey highlighted key advantages including ease and affordability. And the report confirms what we know – that virtual platforms like Zoom and Google Meet remain an attractive option for attendees and a critical way for organisers to grow their audience base.
But it’s not just a case of transferring a live event online. In many ways, we are all still testing the possibilities of the virtual event. There can be concerns about re-creating the excitement of an in-person gathering or generating real connection opportunities online. But these worries can be easily overcome with a bit of careful planning.
So, to help, we’ve developed an Attendable checklist with our top 10 tips for planning Inclusive Virtual Events. Access the free guide below by signing up to receive our monthly newsletter and let us know which of our tips work for you.
And if you would like to speak to us about your next event, be in virtual, hybrid or in-person, contact the team today.
Top Tips for Inclusive Virtual Events
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