When it comes to planning the important gatherings that drive business, there’s a confusing menu of options to sort through right now. You may be experiencing an anxious state of limbo and wondering things like:
- How can we proceed with planning an in-person meeting when we don’t know if this can be done safely when the time comes?
- How do we ensure ROI and maximum engagement if we choose to move forward with a virtual event?
- How can we manage costs if we try to do both simultaneously, so we’re prepared for any scenario?
- How do we know which virtual event platform is right for us?
But what if these aren’t actually the questions you should be focused on? What if instead of worrying about the “how” of your event, you could move on to the much more important questions of the “why” and the “what” of your event?
In case you haven’t heard, we have our own, proprietary event platform: vBloch. When you work with us, you can feel safe knowing that we’ve got you covered, whether in person or virtual or both. Regardless of how you ultimately decide to deliver it, your event will be in the hands of expert production professionals and a company with a 66-year proven track record.
Because it’s all under one roof, you don’t need to worry about gaps between your production company and your online event provider. One company, one process, one budget, one cohesive and impactful outcome.
Best of all, you can feel safe that your budget will be honored and protected. By developing a strategy with you at the outset, if you need to go down a parallel path for a while -- both virtual and in person -- you won’t be starting from scratch when you pivot one way or the other. Together, we’ll have a plan in place to safeguard against runaway costs.
So, take a breath and please consider letting us help, so you can dig into the “why” and “what” of your event. Why is it important to gather and what is the messaging that will resonate and move your company forward?
By the way, we can help with those questions too!
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