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July 2021

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Crisis Communications in a Virtual Work Environment

We continue to live through challenging times, with the COVID outbreak possibly surging again, controversies over vaccines, and a deep sense of displacement among most of the American workforce. Organizations continue to struggle with being able to communicate effectively with employees, stakeholders, customers and investors during these times of crisis. Tools and services that enable companies of all sizes to…
John Lovell
July 30, 2021
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Studio Session #6: Tips for Effective Virtual Poster Sessions

A staple of professional conferences, the poster session is a tried and true method of exchanging ideas and sharing research with peers. They’re also easily adapted to any event where knowledge and/or materials from multiple sources need to be shared with a large group of people. Poster sessions may be more informal than an hours-long presentation with slide deck and…
Candice Evans
July 23, 2021
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Thinking about the “afterlife” of your live event

Sometimes live conferences and events require an “afterlife,” to reach other audiences after the presentation has been made. How do make sure the shared media files reflect your organization or brand in a professional way? Thanks to remote working and reconfigured office arrangements, sharing and distributing recorded content after the event is becoming more and more common. Whether this means…
John Lovell
July 13, 2021
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Studio Session #5: Using chat to improve conference audience engagement

Audience engagement is a top priority for every meeting host. For webinar hosts, it can feel elusive and challenging, with no body language or facial expressions to read. Webinar hosts, then, often rely on polls/surveys to encourage participation and gather feedback. But sometimes the simplest tools are the best; let’s consider the humble chat feature. If you’ve ever watched a…
Candice Evans
July 9, 2021
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No substitute for experience in virtual event management

There’s been a frenzy of new funding and virtual meeting start-ups to address issues uncovered in the changing world of online organizational communications. Meanwhile, Intellor continues to do what we’ve been doing since 2000: provide personal, end-to-end managed conferencing services for those critical, “can’t fail” meetings and events. Over on the Smart Meetings web site, there’s an article detailing the…
John Lovell
July 2, 2021