Online events have become the new normal of the event industry.
Contrary to popular opinion, when it comes to organizing an event, the virtual sector tends to be even more complex and demanding than the in-person one. Online events require thorough preparation, excellent management skills (including dealing with unexpected situations and navigating last-minute changes), and reliable and multifunctional technology.
However, knowing several key steps can make preparation much easier. The article from CFC Big Ideas partner Kostyantyn Gridin highlights choosing the right virtual platform, establishing cycles of communication with speakers, and facilitating the technical side of things.
Gridin considers the following questions: What are the crucial steps to ensure the best user experience? How do you provide networking opportunities? What should be your back-up option if things don’t go as planned? He also focuses on the new models of cooperation with partners and sponsors and elaborates on the special features of connecting in the virtual dimension.
In this new article, Kostyantyn Gridin analyzes and shares CFC’s extensive experience and working strategies on how to organize an online event that will run without a hitch.
Read the full article here.