Andrew Denlow (PGi), Jill Slattery (Hilton Worldwide Holdings), Lisa Traeger (Atlantic Equities), Tim Human (IR Magazine)
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to rethink what a best practice non-deal roadshow looks like. Amid travel bans and social distancing measures, companies have turned to virtual roadshows to fulfill their outreach with existing and prospective investors. While the reliance on technology has led to some logistical challenges, it has also created opportunities to save executive time, widen the geographical scope of roadshows and showcase a deeper bench of management talent. At the same time, IR teams need to maintain the same hands-on approach to roadshow planning that has always been vital to success.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
1. The steps behind creating a best-in-class non-deal roadshow in today’s environment
2. How companies are taking advantage of the flexibility offered by virtual roadshows
3. How to make the most of the technological options at your disposal
Barbara Bouman, Vice President of Special Events, Live Nation Special Events and Mark Roberts, Chief Marketing Officer, PGi
Organizations have had to rethink their strategy for in-person events in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. What’s clear is that events aren’t going away; they’re just going to look different in the months and years ahead.
Research conducted by The Harris Poll revealed more than half (54%) of employed Americans working from home due to COVID-19 would not be comfortable attending large, in-person work-related events this year. To ensure participants’ safety and comfort as part of the “next normal,” organizations must move to a hybrid approach for events, including town halls, sales conferences and experiential events to ensure a better experience for everyone involved.
Join PGi, the leader in virtual events, and Live Nation Special Events, the national leader in incredible venues and epic events, for a candid conversation about the future of hybrid events in the “next normal.”
During this interactive session, you’ll learn:
How hybrid events are a popular way of holding a “responsible” gathering without endangering safety.
How to host a compelling, successful hybrid event that engages audiences.
How to create a hybrid event that provides value and unique content, ensuring excitement for all participants.
The latest trends and best practices with in-person and hybrid events in the “next normal.”
Are you going to deliver something unique that no one else is? Join this interactive session to understand the latest trends and best practices with in-person and hybrid events as we embrace the “next normal.”
Andrew Denlow - SVP of North American Sales, PGi and Sue Hatch - Content Director, MeetingsNet
It is no secret that 2020 has proven to be a volatile year for meeting and event planners. The COVID-19 pandemic forced location-based physical events to go virtual. When they return to convention centres, conference halls and other venues remain uncertain. Meanwhile, the show must go on. How do you optimize next year's virtual events for a superior stakeholder experience?
Join Andrew Denlow from webcast technology provider PGi to go beyond best practices and discover tricks of the trade. Make your virtual events not only more impressive but also easier to produce.
In this webcast, you'll learn to:
- Re-think and optimize physical event fundamentals in a virtual setting
- Maximize virtual event technology and minimize technology limitations
- Identify possibilities for stronger virtual event engagement and interaction
Joakim Jonsson, General Manager, 6Connex & Stephane Barnatt, Head of Webcasting, EMEA & APAC at PGi
In this "new norm", we are seeing more demands for virtual events. Webcast solutions have became an immediate necessity for businesses to adapt and evolve of hosting virtual events from anywhere, professionally and securely.
In this session, we will be showing you ways on how you can turn physical events to virtual with our webcasting and virtual event solution.
Watch this webinar to learn how GlobalMeet Webcast provides:
- Audio Conferencing
- Collaboration & Personal Web Conferencing Platform
- Webcasting and Streaming Solutions
- Virtual Event Platform
Edwina McCulloch, National Operations Manager, Auridian Training and Consulting
A 3 part webinar series to help business leaders during this Work From Home season.
In this part 2 series, we will be discussing on how leaders can continue to lead and motivate the team. We will be deep diving into the tools to foster positive culture whilst social distancing measures are in place.
Join this webinar to learn what motivates, influences and physiology of change in people during this difficult time.
Key takeaway: Learn how to manage change effectively.
Stay tuned for Part 3 of Working From Home webinar series in the coming week!
Virtual meeting solution that propels enterprise success with seamless universal tools to unleash communication, collaboration and creativity. Learn how you can empower your team with engaging and immersive meetings today.
Andrew Gaffney, President and Editorial Director of Demand Gen Report
As forward-thinking demand gen ninjas, we are always in the search for top engagement tactics to deploy in our modern marketing environment to boost quality leads for sales reps. With Andrew Gaffney's top tips and our GlobalMeet platform, we can help your online events transform to the next level to increase your lead generation, speed up your customer acquisition process and elevate your brand
Mark Roberts, Chief Marketing Officer, PGi & Ira Weinstein, Founder & Managing Partner, Recon Research
With its expansive coverage and broad offerings, Unified Communications (UC) finds a natural home with enterprise-level businesses that need to connect global operations and thousands of employees working remotely.
As small and midsize businesses (SMB) continue to compete with larger enterprises, a cloud-based communications solution is accessible from any device with internet connectivity. In this session, hear how UC has played a vital role within the SMBs in US folks and what are the top 5 key takeaway that we can adapt in APAC.
Top 5 Key Takeaways of UC Solutions for SMBs:
•How to more effectively compete in the digital economy
•How UC and UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service) can accelerate growth
•Why SMBs must embrace technology to remain competitive
•How to get closer to the customer and build long-term loyalty
•How to make your company appear bigger and be more competitive
Ira Weinstein, Founder & Managing Partner, Recon Research
In today's highly competitive marketplace, it is for every business to be agile. The shift to next-level Unified Communications (UC) platform will provide businesses with higher efficiency and productivity.
Join this webinar to find out the top 10 opportunities your business can seize from Unified Communications!
We are dedicated to making virtual meetings and online events simple to join and secure to use so people connect wherever they are. Our GlobalMeet® platform brings video, audio and web conferencing along with event solutions together to change the way people meet and work.
Empower people and businesses to connect and collaborate. Throughout our 29-year history, PGi has met the changing technology landscape to bring enterprises around the world easy-to-use and effective collaboration and communication solutions.
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