How virtual
summit works

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How virtual
summit works

Our virtual summit aims to provide (almost) the same amazing value of physical events — new connections and great content — without the inconveniences.

The event runs on the platform that can facilitate unique live video interactions between participants, including automated one-on-one networking, multiple concurrent virtual roundtables for breakout group discussions, and a stage for live broadcasting to up to thousands of people.

Live agenda session video streaming

Think of a series of well-facilitated engaging live sessions: keynotes, livestream presentations, fireside chats and virtual roundtable discussions.

Sessions are group breakout meetings where up to ten attendees can join in a discussion around a topic they are interested in.

Attendees can choose to join a session and take a “seat at the table” as one of the ten participants or they can just watch the discussion.

Networking

Attendees can network via sequential one-on-one video chats and connect (or not) to build their networks. When you join a speed networking session, you are paired up with one person at a time via our virtual platform’s video chat.

Once the time is up (there’s a timer), the platform automatically moves you to the next person.

Matching is 100% random. You can stop meeting with someone and move to the next person anytime you want.

Virtual Exhibition

The Expo area is the virtual exhibitor hall with vendor booths. It’s great for featuring a wide array of brands, products or services, just like a trade fair, job fair, or sponsor showcase.

Every booth can have either a pre-recorded video in it such as a YouTube, Vimeo, or Wistia clip, or a live video session with a vendor rep “manning” the booth. Every booth also has a customizable CTA button that can be linked to any hyperlink with custom text.

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