2017 was full of new ideas and challenges! With a new year comes a new lineup of incredible webinars. These presenters gave insight into top key industry needs, pain points and trending topics that event professionals were curious to find solutions to or learn more about. With December coming to an end, we can now look back on all of the etouches webinars that were held this year and narrow them down to the top five webinars of 2017! If you missed any of them, now is your chance to catch them.
How To Live Stream Your Event (The Right Way)
Presenter: Will Curran
You’ve heard of Facebook Live, Instagram Live and Periscope, and maybe you’ve even tried them at your events, but now you’re looking to step up your live streams. We’re going to show you how to implement the right technologies and practices to elevate your live stream so much, you’ll even be able to charge for it!
Why 2017 is the Year to Re-Evaluate Your Event Tech
Presenter: Brant Krueger
2016 saw more evolution than revolution when it came to event technology, and that’s a good thing. 2017 is the time to look and see how technology can make your events more efficient, engaging, and meaningful for both you and your attendees.
Digital Content & Engagement Strategies for the Full Event Lifecycle
Presenter: Miguel Neves
By taking the distinct phases of an event and taking into consideration the audiences that we are trying to engage, we can create timely content that delivers the right message to the right people at the right time. Learn how to attract community members, deliver valuable content and keep engagement going.
Curating Event Content – World Class Tips from a TEDx-pert
Presenter: Fenella Kernbone
Do you manage event content or curate it? This level of success is understanding the event objectives, an audience’s desire for a shared experience, and basic human psychology. Learn about the tools you need to transform your role and the impact your content program can have on the overall event.
Get Ready to Become a Meeting Designer
Presenter: Maarten Van Este
Organizing a meeting is not all about logistics. You need to identify the objectives of the meetings, design the sessions, and choose the right format. Learn the possibilities regarding training on meeting design and discover a new direction about the challenges and opportunities a career move may involve.
Written by: Zach Schwartz