We hope you have registered and are as excited as we are for the Customer Success Group series! 😊 During the live session, you will be divided into virtual breakout rooms to connect in smaller groups and discuss a mock planning checklist for pivoting to a virtual experience. Why don't you take a step ahead and use the attached blank template to create an event planning checklist of your own!
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Hey everybody!We have some meaty in-person events in the summer usually, and these have pivoted to virtual. A main difference for us was to condense the program. Usually we offer a week-long, all-day program, but with taking into account screen fatigue and the fact that people are also taking care of their kids etc, we went down to a four-day program, and with having only three meetings per day, two in the morning and one early in the afternoon.Another big change is that we decided that instead of doing small group sessions and limiting capacity, our content would be more general and we would not limit capacity.On the tech side of thing, one thing we did that worked really well for our first event was to have not just one trainer leading the webinar, but have one or two trainers doing the speaking and have one or two extra trainers dealing with the content questions in the Q&A, running the polls and announcing the results of those, etc. We also always had one tech person addressing tech Q&A, and helping presenters with their documents and slides as needed.