Building the Perfect Event: 10 Points to Discuss with Your AV Team

In the background, a woman stands on a stage. In the foreground, large screens and monitors display a workstation for audio visual technicians.

From weddings to conferences and fundraisers, event planning is hectic and challenging, demanding careful consideration of every detail and ‘what if’ scenario.   While food and entertainment garner much attention (who doesn’t like signature cocktails and cover bands?), effective communication with the AV team is often overlooked as a critical element of event success.  Why…

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Jesse Williams’ interactive virtual keynote speech at the The Northwest African American Museum’s grand reopening

Creating an interactive experience with a virtual keynote speaker We were honored to assist The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) and their event planner, Kristen Tsiatsios of Jubilee Event Engineers, in hosting NAAM’s Dr. King Day Grand Re-Opening Event with nationally-acclaimed speaker, Jesse Williams as the virtual keynote. “The goal was to gather the community…

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Live Streaming Makes Fundraising Events Easier

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3 Reasons Why Live Streaming is a Friend to Nonprofit Fundraisers As we all know, this past year kept everyone guessing; especially people who were trying to plan events. Between April 2019 and April 2020, the live streaming market experienced a 99% boost in hours watched—our own Livestream Studio was a part of this collective…

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Live Streaming Makes Continuing Medical Education Events Easier

3 Reasons Why Live Streaming Just Makes Sense for CMEs With COVID-19 keeping healthcare professionals busier than ever during these last few years, livestream options continue to grow in popularity and necessity.  So where do we go from here? We’re sharing the top 3 reasons to live stream your next Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference. …

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4 Ways to Create an Immersive Remote Training

It’s 2022, and remote work is here to stay.  According to Forbes, a federal report found that among companies that increased remote work during the pandemic, more than 60% plan to keep increases permanently moving forward. Plus, as TalentLMS shared in their remote work survey, 67% of remote workers want more training from their employers.…

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