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How to Convert Your In-Person Events into Virtual Events with Will Curran

By Hubb on May 26, 2020 / Category: virtual events / 0 Comments / Tags: virtual events

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With in-person events cancelling all around us, it is time for the events industry to evolve. What better way than to take the experience we have producing in-person events and use that to create virtual events with the same strategy and execution?

Events industry influencer, Will Curran of Endless Events is going to walk you through what you need to be thinking of when producing a virtual event from the strategy to the content to the technology. You don't want to miss it!

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to start thinking of your virtual events with a strategic lens
  • The tactics to take in-person experiences and convert them to virtual
  •  Dozens of resources to continue learning about virtual events

If you missed the webinar live, or just want to watch it again, you can view the recording here. 

Just want the slideshow? Check out the presentation deck here.

Watch It Now!

Presented by:

WillCurran_400x400Will Curran, Chief Event Einstein, Endless Events

Endless Events founder, Will Curran has been named one of the most influential people in the meeting & events industry, one of the 40 under 40 event industry leaders, 35 entrepreneurs under the age of 35, and Inc Magazine’s Coolest College Start-up all before graduating college. Will started his first company in high school and has now worked in the production of large event clients such as Emerald City Comicon, Anheuser-Busch, Warner Brothers, Morton Salt & Uber. His team’s mission? Simplify the event planning process by creating the equation for an event’s perfect solution.

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