The State of Virtual Conferences 2020
May 28, 1 to 2 pm Eastern
A Leading Learning Webinar hosted by Tagoras
Sponsored by Community Brands
Current circumstances have compelled many organizations to increase their use of virtual conferences or dive in for the first time. So what do we know about the overall state of virtual conferences?
In this Webinar, we’ll present top findings from Tagoras’s fresh-off-the-presses report on the state of virtual conferences. The report, based on an online survey of a broad range of organizations, is the fifth in a series of reports dating back to 2012 that represent our ongoing efforts to understand how virtual conferences, trade shows, and other online events fit in organizations’ strategy and portfolio of offerings. This year’s report includes data on COVID-19 driving adoption of virtual conferences.
Along with sharing key data points, we’ll focus on the application of the findings, and, as an attendee, you’ll be among the very first to get access to The Virtual Conferences Report 2020. Whether you’re a virtual conference veteran or being forced to pivot quickly, this session will help you understand the current state of virtual conferences. We’ll reserve time for Q&A, allowing you to home in on points of particular interest to you.
Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele, co-founders of Tagoras and Leading Learning and co-hosts of the virtual conference Learning • Technology • Design, will lead this session.
We’re grateful to Community Brands for sponsoring this Webinar so that it can be offered at no charge to participants.
Tagoras is a CAE Approved Provider, and this session may be applied for 1 credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements. (CAE credit is only available if you attend live online.)
All registrants will receive access to a recording of the Webinar.
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