Technical Tips for Online Events

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Video Presented by Virtual, Inc. and DMI Consulting 

 

 

As organizations move from in-person events to online or even hybrid events, there are many things to consider when sourcing the right technology to meet your event needs. For many event organizers, evaluating the various elements and technical requirements to produce an online event can be overwhelming and stressful.    

This video created by our events and AV production experts discusses strategies that can be implemented to help create the physical and virtual manifestation of your brand experience. You will learn how technology can be your friend and should not define your event strategy; it should merely be a tool to deliver your message in under 20 minutes    

Viewers will also learn: 

  • How to adjust to the new world of online events
  • Key factors in determining the right technical partner   
  • Best practices on writing and evaluating technical RFPs 
  • Insights on technical design and direction while not losing your brand

 

Speakers:

Leah Sibilia, CMP, Director of Events, Virtual, Inc. Leah joined Virtual in 2019 as the Director of Events with 16 years of meetings and events industry experience. From product launches and corporate trainings to creating meaningful non-profit association events and strategic leadership meetings, Leah has planned and executed events in 28 countries, across 6 continents. As the Director of Events at Virtual, Leah ensures successful delivery of client events, focusing on member value every step of the way. Leah is a Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), a member of Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and currently completing her Digital Event Strategist® certification from the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA). Leah earned her BA in Sociology from Boston College.

 

 

 Dan Murphy, President, DMI Consulting With over 25 years of event production experience, Dan brings a unique holistic perspective to event staging. Dan spent several years as a professional audio engineer for both corporate and entertainment clients before moving into AV project management. In 2013, Dan launched DMI Consulting to serve meeting organizers, AV companies, event producers, and key meeting stakeholders with strategic vision and process-driven tactical execution. Dan specializes in long-term event strategies, considering attendee experience and engagement along with brand reputation and core principles. His CAD and IT skills along with his broad event technology and business operations knowledge help bring a comprehensive vision to event production. https://www.dmiconsulting.com/
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