Virtual & Hybrid Events
In a time of such uncertainty, it’s never been more important to stay connected with your audiences. Using UKSV’s digital solutions allows you to do this in engaging and innovative ways while ensuring the safety of your audience and employees.
With over 10 years of experience in connecting global audiences, we are working with our clients to implement new and creative ways for companies to host events in a digital, virtual space.
For many people, live, virtual or hybrid solutions may not have been considered in the planning of their event, but in times like these it is important to stay flexible to minimise the impact that unforeseeable circumstances like the Coronavirus have on you and your business.
Below is a list of questions and answers we believe to be the most common. If you have any questions or would like to discuss how UKSV can help limit the disruption to your business, please get in touch with us via the contact form below, or via our contact us page.
What size audience can you cater for when live streaming?
Our live streaming events are completely scalable; we have the ability to cater to audiences from just 10 people, to 5,000 people using a secure network. One of the great advantages of live streaming is that you can overcome all geological limitations and your content becomes accessible on a wider scale. When live streaming for a hybrid event (live in-person and online), you are able to reach an even wider audience, giving access to those who may not be able to attend in person.
We already have a content plan and event schedule; can we live stream this content in its original format?
If you want to create an effective and engaging event you will need to re-imagine your content and event programme. We have become experts in this field and know how to keep your audience’s attention for the duration of the event using a range of digital services while helping you updating the content itself. Content for virtual and hybrid events is usually more concise, involves less slides in presentations, and relies a little bit more on creating a story.
Interaction with like-minded people, or the speakers themselves, was one of the main highlights for our event. Is there any way we can replicate this in a digital space?
We have the capability for interactive elements which help to engage the audience and make them feel as though they are truly connected and a part of the event from the comfort of their own home. We are big advocates of audience participation and can facilitate a voting system, asking and answering questions, chat forums, follow-up surveys and feedback, and even virtual breakout rooms, meaning your audience can experience a more hands-on approach and interact with you and your messaging.
I’m concerned that my speakers may have trouble with the change from presenting to a full conference room to presenting directly to a camera with a live output. Do you offer any help or guidance with this?
Presenting to camera is a slightly different experience to presenting to a room. We can absolutely help by giving your speakers presentation skills training which will put them at ease in front of the camera, ensuring that everyone gets the most out of the experience.
If you have any further questions, or would like to get in contact with us to see how we can help you reduce the impact the Coronavirus has on your business, then please give us a call or fill out the below form.
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