As much as virtual events have allowed event planners to host events for a global audience, most of us have also realised that sitting in front of the digital screen for hours is no child’s play. Virtual fatigue is real and if the event isn’t entertaining enough, your audience is likely to call it a day.
But you can overcome such challenges by introducing unique activities within your virtual events. This includes music-infused activities that can be super entertaining and
valuable to your stakeholders.
To do this, you can hire music experts to deliver some of the event content as songs or musical pieces to your audience. You can even include activities like composing team anthems or team songs along with your virtual guests to break the ice and get more people to participate rather than have them watch the event passively.
In our latest editorial piece, we delve deeper into the unique ways music can
help you create valuable entertainment sessions for a virtual audience. Inspired by Episode 7 of Event Exchange, we also talk about how your sponsors can benefit from such activities and what are the future opportunities for entertainment at virtual and hybrid events.
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Boosting Engagement and Preventing Fatigue With Virtual Entertainment
In Episode 7 of Event Exchange, we are joined by Christo Alexander, Senior Executive Director of Planning & Development at SongDivision, to know more about the importance of music-infused engagement activities at virtual events, musical MC & hosts, and how you can get ahead of your competitors and stay relevant post-event.
Why Planners Should Balance Virtual and In-Person Event Formats Many are excited about in-person events coming back. But that doesn’t mean virtual or hybrid events will lose their significance. This piece
highlights what some leaders in the industry feel about in-person events coming back and why brands need to find a balanced strategy to stay in touch with their audiences throughout and provide unique experiences.
Both virtual and hybrid attendee experiences are unique and often challenging. While there’s more flexibility when it comes to attending these events, clear communication is key to delivering a valuable experience at these events. In this podcast, Logan Clements and Mary Davidson interview Arianna Black about her experience in building passionate online event communities and listening to their needs. Listen on Better Events
GEVME Featured at the AWS Summit ASEAN
Watch on-demand our CEO Vemmal Gungadin speaking at the AWS Summit ASEAN about how GEVME pivoted during the pandemic to help top companies host successful virtual events.
We are happy to announce our partnerships with Walls.io – an all-in-one social wall solution that helps event
planners worldwide engage attendees, enhance promotional reach, and create a sense of community before, during, and after the event. Learn how you can integrate social walls at your GEVME powered virtual events. Read
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Until next week,
For more insights into the digital and hybrid events industry please stay tuned for our next edition, same time next week.