I’m all for openness and transparency. That’s why I love participating in group chats at virtual events. Everything is out there in the open and all participants can be “seen” and heard from. That being said, there are scenarios in which some structure (moderation) needs to be placed around the chat.
We are thrilled to receive, for the second year in a row, Lead411’s “Hottest Companies in Midwest” award. Lead411’s list started with 1,559 companies and was narrowed down to the top 60, of which we’re honored to be part of.
“We have been tracking fast companies for our customers for the past 10 years,” said Tom Blue, CEO of Lead411, “and we felt it was important to recognize these growing brands publicly.”
On first thought, the analogy of comparingvirtual event planning to wedding planning may sound a bit far-fetched. However, relating thevirtual event process to something more familiar may better help you understand the steps necessary in planning and executing a successful virtual event.