These are unprecedented times that have burst us all into a virtual economy. While the reverberations of this will be far-reaching as they change the ways we live and work, in the short-term, they are completely shifting the way we connect with people.
Panel discussions, town meetings, media briefings, Q&As, presentations and more have gone online. We’ve been seeing audience numbers for traditional events expand exponentially when they go digital (here’s one example from the Oktane user conference). While the opportunities for one-on-one connections certainly are the thing we’re sacrificing right now, there is much to be done in the virtual world when it comes to community building, engagement and yes, lead generation.
Making the most of a virtual event requires careful crafting of the content itself -- from the host and speakers to the topic’s relevance to today’s market. It also requires a targeted digital strategy for recruiting attendees and engaging them -- and others -- with the content after the event is over. InkHouse Virtual Events is designed to help you do the following:
See a sample of a virtual event we pulled together at InkHouse in just a few days below.
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Beth is the CEO of Inkhouse, which she co-founded in 2007 and has grown into one of the top ranked agencies in the country. Beth’s been recognized as one of the Top Women in PR by PR News, the Top 25 Innovators by The Holmes Report and as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. Beth believes that shared values, and the freedom to create are the foundations of all meaningful work. She brings this philosophy to building a culture of creative progress at Inkhouse.