Six main reasons why you might want to consider being a part of a virtually interactive conference;
- You can attend the conference you are speaking at from the comfort of your own country, home or office – Less travel time means more time for you at work or with your family
- No expenditure on hotels and other added extras whist travelling for a conference abroad
- No flight delays, jet lag passport control or security checks which means it cuts down on the amount induced stress whilst travelling.
- Enter and leave the conference for your speech in the most technological and fashionable manner. Wow your viewers and keep them entertained! (Beam me up Scotty)
- No time wasted travelling.
- If you have a major name, no security costs or headaches
For many years conferences have been a must for the professional agenda. Even though some of the massive hit of the recession has worn of expenditure, the vast majority of companies are still struggling with their expenses. With the use of efficient digital platforms and intelligent technology installed into venues we can see that there are great long term benefits for organisations wanting to hold a conference within the virtual world we live in today.
With our recent partnership with Musion and the installation of their 3D technology here at 8 Northumberland Avenue we can provide a suitable and dynamic substitute for meeting important clients face to face at your everyday conference. Using virtual abilities we can provide a timely, resourceful and playful addition to your organisations next conference. This technology can provide something very different to clients that have not really existed in the market before.
This new and very exciting time for us within the events industry has been long waited for and we are happy that we can start sharing our technological advancements with our clients. If you or your organisation want to be a part of our journey and be at the forefront of technology, than consider us for your next virtual conference!
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