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There’s some “thing” about Intellor Event Producers

Intellor clients regularly provide post-conference feedback. Recently, we shared some particularly glowing comments about one of our Event Producers (EP) with him. His response? “I’m glad they felt it was exceptional service, but I’m just doing my thing.” So, what is that “thing” and what does it mean for Intellor customers? We asked our EP to tell us more. Preparation…
John Lovell
May 13, 2022
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Managed conferencing vs. DIY

Conferencing has become a common workplace tool – as familiar as email and spreadsheets. As a result, most users confidently DIY most conferences. But a conference with a high-stakes topic, high-profile participants, or a high degree of technical complexity poses a high risk if it all goes wrong. You may benefit from an experienced managed conferencing partner – saving your…
John Lovell
March 24, 2022
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Intellorisms: What if the wrong people join your webinar? What if the right people don’t?

Sometimes you need to know more about your audience to target your content. Sometimes you need to control who gains access to your content. Sometimes you need to nudge your registrants to convert them to attendees. Making your conferencing platform’s registration work – or working around its limitations – isn’t always easy. That’s where Intellor expertise – with both technology…
John Lovell
January 3, 2022
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Levelling up your conferencing in 2022

As 2021 rolls into 2022, one trend shows no sign of letting up any time soon: organizations will continue to rely on conferencing technologies to conduct critical business communications and deliver important messages to both internal and external audiences. So it’s reasonable to ask the question as the year draws to a close: how effectively do you think your team…
John Lovell
December 10, 2021
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How pre-event emails help ensure meeting success

You’ve decided to partner with Intellor to host your upcoming training session – thank you! You have received confirmation that it’s been scheduled and been provided with the connection information you need to share with speakers and attendees. You’re ready to go, right? Shortly before the big day, you receive another email; this time from the Event Producer assigned to…
Candice Evans
November 17, 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
Best PracticesWeb Conferencing

When DIY web conferencing becomes a liability

With a variety of popular web and video conferencing applications now in widespread use for most companies and organizations, the notion that all meetings and events can now be handled internally is an easy assumption to make. And 90% of the time, that’s likely true. Regularly-scheduled internal meetings, brainstorming sessions, training classes and events that require small numbers of participants…
John Lovell
April 30, 2021
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The impact of remote work on companies, communities

Massive competition between large cities for corporate headquarters may not be a thing of the past. But with the shift to remote work across large sectors of the economy, communities across the country have begun trying to one-up each other in their efforts to attract workers who are no longer tied to their company’s physical address. For many people considering…
Candice Evans
April 27, 2021