After the initial postponing or cancelling of many events in March we quickly saw clients adapt.
They fell into a few different groups:
Clients who already had experience of online events such as those who used our Remotely Speaking service immediately defaulted to virtual and hybrid event formats.
In fact, more recently we were able to help a number of clients celebrate Christmas virtually with online Christmas Parties such as the ultimate pub quiz with pub landlord Al Murray..
Then, some postponed until the Autumn thinking that all would be back to normal, we soon discovered this unfortunately proved over optimistic. They then reviewed the situation late summer and re-formatted their events to virtual but keeping their dates.
Thirdly, we had clients who were nervous of creating an online event. Event those have now realised they could no longer hold back and have committed to a virtual online format. Ironically, with many of their customers and staff working from home it’s all the more important to communicate clearly and effectively with a first rate motivational speaker and keep all their stakeholders inspired.
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