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6 Reasons Why Your Events Should Go Virtual

Introduction

Virtual events have many benefits, including engaging with a wider audience while reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure. Tangible has partnered with Clear Vision Productions to create, host and market virtual or Hybrid events in the vertices of Summits, Growth Conference, Bridal, Community Events, Business Expos, and more.



A virtual event is an online conference or exhibition.

Virtual events are online conferences or exhibitions that allow you to reach your target audience without the hassle of travel and accommodation. They can be used as stand-alone events, or as part of a hybrid event that combines both a physical and virtual presence.


Virtual events are safer than physical ones because they don't require you to transport sensitive information or products in person, which means less risk of theft or damage during delivery.

Furthermore, virtual events provide more flexibility than their offline counterparts; they're easier to schedule around other commitments such as meetings or training sessions - meaning fewer missed opportunities for engagement!


A virtual event can be used as a stand-alone event, or as part of a hybrid event that combines both a physical and virtual presence.

A virtual event can be used as a stand-alone event, or as part of a hybrid event that combines both a physical and virtual presence. Stand-alone virtual events are cheaper to produce than hybrid events. Hybrid events are more expensive to produce than stand-alone events but also more effective at engaging attendees and driving actionable results for your organization.



A virtual event will help you reach more people

A virtual event is a great way to reach more people. You can provide your audience with instruction and training that they wouldn't otherwise be able to receive. For example, if you're running an online course on how to build your own website, you could provide your students with the same level of training as if they were sitting in a classroom at one of your offices.


You can also use virtual events as an opportunity to reach people who might not be able to attend a physical event due to location constraints or other reasons. For example, if someone lives in rural Africa but wants help starting their own business and creating jobs locally for other people in the community--they might not have access (or money) for travel expenses! In this case using a webinar platform would allow them access from anywhere in the world where there's internet connection - so no matter where they live they will still benefit from learning how others have done what they want!


Another reason why it makes sense: If someone prefers learning online instead of attending conferences then this could be another good reason why having access through livestreaming would make sense too since now everyone has access 24/7 365 days year round without having worry about scheduling conflicts due.



A virtual event has lower costs than a physical event

A virtual event has lower costs than a physical event.

The cost of holding a physical event can be high, especially in terms of travel costs and venue fees. You'll need to hire staff, rent out space and equipment, transport materials from place-to-place (if you're hosting from multiple locations), coordinate speakers and attendees' schedules...the list goes on! A virtual event saves time by allowing you to host it from one location using technology like video conferencing software or webinars that allow people who are not physically present at your location (your audience) participate in the same way as if they were there themselves - no matter where they are located geographically speaking. The best part? It doesn't require much preparation time at all; once content has been created for an online presentation - whether it be slideshows/slideshows & videos - then everything else can be done remotely once registration is complete.



A virtual event is safer than a physical event.

With a virtual event, there's no need to worry about transportation. You don't have to worry about the weather or security. And you certainly don't have to worry about your venue!

Instead of traveling by car or plane and dealing with traffic, parking and delays on your way in or out of town--or worse yet getting stuck at an airport due to inclement weather --you can attend virtually from anywhere at any time.



A virtual event is easier to measure and track results.

  • Track who's attending.

  • Track who's participating.

  • Track who is watching, listening and reading your content at the event.

  • Measure how many people share your virtual event with others and how many of those people actually attend the live event (if one exists) after they've been exposed to it through social media or email marketing campaigns.

  • Determine if sales increased due to your virtual events by comparing sales before/after the virtual event took place, then calculate an ROI based on those numbers!


Virtual events have many benefits, including engaging with a wider audience while reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

Virtual events have many benefits, including engaging with a wider audience while reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure.

Virtual events are more cost-effective than traditional in-person meetings, as they allow companies to host multiple virtual meetings simultaneously and at different times of day. They also allow participants to attend from anywhere in the world. This means that your event can reach more people than ever before while still keeping costs down by cutting out travel expenses and venue fees.

As well as being more affordable, virtual meetings also have lower risk of exposure to COVID-19 (the virus responsible for causing CVID) because there is no physical contact between attendees or presenters--and therefore no chance of passing on germs through shaking hands or coughing etcetera!


Conclusion

Virtual events are the future of business, but they're also here now. The benefits they offer are too great to ignore. If you're looking to connect with more people and reach new markets, then virtual events are definitely worth considering as an alternative to traditional face-to-face meetings.

For more information about hosting a virtual, in-person or hybrid event contact Bryan at (203) 954-5121 or bryan@tangibleconsult.com or Charlene Chiaro at


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