Are you suddenly unable to travel to an important meeting and need to connect? Or perhaps you were in charge of planning an in-person conference that suddenly may be cancelled because some of the speakers or a majority of the attendees are unable to travel? Let V2 help! We are seasoned professionals that have been in the webinar game for over a decade.
Virtual Events and Meetings allow you to connect to your colleagues and to your audiences at anytime, anywhere. With the spreading of the COVID-19 coronavirus, many businesses may be starting to make the shift to allowing their employees to work remotely, limiting the need to travel. Working remotely and using virtual meeting platforms allows employees to stay connected to their colleagues and remain productive during this time of uncertainty.
We can help you manage the setup of your virtual event from start to finish, on the platform that best suits your needs. Just need to connect with some of your colleagues? We can help you set up meetings on WebEx or Zoom. Need to re-configure a large conference with multiple speakers? We can get you on a large scale, branded console such as ON24 or INXPO. We’ll help you set up the event, configure emails, and train your speakers on the platform so you can focus on the content and marketing to your audience. We even can help with webinar archive edits and post event archive registration, so you can drive leads to your webinar after the fact.
In a uncertain time such as this, let V2 do what we do best – focus on all the little event details so you don’t have to.
Contact our team today to learn more or get a quote!
V2 | Virtual Event Manager
In warm appreciation of our partnership during the past year, we extend our very best wishes for a happy holiday season, and a wonderful New Year in 2019.
May this season bring you the gifts of peace, hope and joy. To kick off your season with some laughs, V2 created this short video for your viewing pleasure!
Happy New Year!
The V2 Crew
This past week the V2 crew got together for our yearly summer BBQ to celebrate a busy and HOT Portland summer. We had much to celebrate over the past few months with large-scale offsite webcasts for PNC, and FSMB to name a few, several new clients, and our new sister company SimpleCert. We are very excited about this new self-serve product that will allow our customers to easily create custom certificates, send out emails to their participants, and store their data, all in one easy to use solution.
Also this spring, V2 hired a new Event Producer, Christina Harrison, who started in April, and has been a wonderful addition to the team. She is a seasoned veteran who has been in the world of virtual events/teleconferencing since 2005.
Greg Greer, the Events Team Lead, and V2 Grill-Master, grilled up some tasty burgers, brats and wings, as we reflected on the past busy months, and great teamwork, while the kids swam and splashed in the background of the late summer afternoon.
Thanks again V2 for being a great place to work!
V2 | Virtual Event Manager
At V2, we work with many different companies in different industries and Countries. However, they all have one big thing in common – they want to turn their webinar/webcast registrants to leads by increasing their event attendance. Although specific markets and industries may vary, there are a few statistics that ring true no matter what, when driving people to register and attend your webinar. We want to highlight some industry insights to help our clients and all of you out there to get better attendance, and thus hopefully a greater ROI on your webcasts.
Due to the increase of webcasting being used by marketers, there has been a lot of new research in the last few years on the webcasting industry in regards to attendance, lead generation, registration lifecycle, and attendee interaction, just to name a few. ON24, a leading webcasting platform and partner of V2, conducted a comprehensive study on webcasting in a report published in January of 2011. To create the report, ON24 evaluated 10,000 webcasts from 700 corporate clients using webcasting for demand generation. What they found is that webcasts are more valuable to the marketing department than they ever have been. The report’s key findings state that “Webcasts generate low cost-per-lead and high ROI, and the average webcast captures 441 registrants and 50-60% attendee participation.” The report also concludes that as many as “15-30% of registrants are sales-qualified opportunities, and the average viewership per webcast is 38 minutes, regardless of webcast type.”