No doubt about it, Coronavirus is definitely a challenge. Companies are taking an abundance of caution and concern about the unknown territory, which have led to the cancellation of large-scale events, in person meetings and non-essential travel. Even with these challenges, one thing will never change… the need to communicate now more than ever. The current health scare aside, companies have begun to adjust their thinking when it comes to their employees and customers. Technology has made enormous strides and it has made “virtual connections” more economical, productive and in the case of Coronavirus, safer.
In the event business, we understand that companies are walking a fine line between playing it safe and preventing panic. The answer, to turn your in-person event into a virtual event, filled with the same dynamic content, team building and innovative technology.
Behind the Scenes has been in the business of making connections for 20 years. During that time, we have used live streaming for company celebrations, training, corporate and consumer events. We have utilized social media and gaming technology to provide attendees with a way to interact and engage with each other.
If you have already planned an in-person meeting or event or are in the process of planning one and you are considering cancelling because of Coronavirus or just cost in general – keep in mind that you have other options. Virtual connections have great benefits. Aside from the cost savings of removing travel, venue, f&b and hotel rooms it also allows a broader audience to reach, seamless integration of technology and social media and the ability for attendees to access media and materials 24/7.
Let Behind the Scenes help turn you meeting into a virtual connection that is meaningful and productive. We have the experience and the knowledge to keep your company moving forward regardless of the unknown.
To learn more about how to incorporate virtual meetings and events into your work environment, sign to up the upcoming webinar:
How to Host Virtual Team Meetings and Tips for Virtual Clear Communication
Tuesday, March 17, 2020, Time 2:00-2:30 pm
During this webinar you will learn about live streaming options, virtual connections, interactive elements and more that will keep your employees and customers engaged and motivated. We will also discuss the difference in using a webcam meeting compared to a professional camera and lighting.
Please reach out to Dusky Norsworthy at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your virtual connect started today!
Visit the Chamber's Business Guidance on COVID-19 page to learn more information that can help minimize the impact of COVID-19-related disruptions.