COVID-19 pushed many learning businesses to up their digital game and remake in-person conferences for online delivery. But short timelines can shortchange strategic decision-making. Whether you're a virtual conference veteran or you were forced to pivot quickly or have yet to make a technology choice, Q1 is a good time to ensure you have a platform in place that will be an asset even after large-scale, in-person conferences are viable again.
In this session we'll help you understand that virtual conference platform providers run the gamut from do-it-yourself options to full-service models and how a provider's origin—as a Webinar technology versus or a streaming video provider, for example—suggests strengths and weaknesses. We'll also help you assess factors that impact your technology needs, including the driving reason for your conference (convening members? marketing to potential customers?) and key requirements, such as the number of sessions and concurrents. You’ll leave better equipped to lead your organization in choosing a virtual conference platform aligned with your strategic needs.
Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele, co-founders of Tagoras and Leading Learning, will lead this session, sponsored by Digitell.
Tagoras is a CAE Approved Provider, and your live online attendance qualifies for 1 CAE credit.
All registrants will receive access to a recording of the Webinar.
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