Across Australia, thousands of organisations have moved their events online and are embracing the many benefits that come with it. From AGMs, conferences, seminars and fundraisers, almost any event you can think of can be made virtual— but how do you know if it’s the right choice for you?
If you’re yet to make the switch, you may be wondering if the benefits of a virtual event outweigh that of physical events you’ve held in the past.
To help, we’ve unpacked the pros and cons of virtual, physical and hybrid events so you can decide which is the best option for you and your business.
While there are some perks that come with hosting a physical event, when compared to the benefits of a virtual event there’s really no contest.
From potentially saving your organisation thousands in event management costs, higher attendee numbers due to increased flexibility and reach, longevity of your content and the overall impact this can have on the event results—virtual and hybrid events easily come out on top.
The team at Express Virtual Meetings are experts in helping organisations plan and execute successful virtual and hybrid events. Our virtual event team manages every element of your event using our cloud-based, online video event platform that’s packed with features designed to make your event seamless, collect and report on important data and most importantly make your event enjoyable and valuable for your attendees.
On top of being entirely Australian-owned and operated, we offer a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee, so that you can feel confident that you and your event are in the best hands. Get in touch or book a managed virtual event demo with the team to get started.
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