Remote Work & Corporate Event Blog
With the upcoming recession, jobs are going to be at a premium. When faced with a surplus of qualified candidates for an ever-shrinking pool of jobs, you better make sure you catch the eye during your interview. Instead of struggling to find the right questions, here are three ballsy ones that we wish candidates will ask more often.
While there are many companies who have great products and platforms, not many do enough to present the use cases for their solutions. Just what kind of events will be suitable virtually? Here are 5 types of virtual events people are hosting in 2020.
The trend for events globally over the past few years have been on sustainability. Organisers around the world are starting to realise how much carbon footprint they are leaving behind every three-day convention. It’s no wonder the need to minimise our impact on the environment should be a priority. Virtual events are the unlikely saviours.
As countries are relaxing quarantine measures and re-energising their economy, companies have stuck to working from home. In this week’s news, we look at CNBC’s article <
Virtual and online events allow businesses to reach a global audience with hundreds of people in different places at different times. However, promoting a virtual event is vastly different from a live one, and there is nothing more heartbreaking than pouring your soul into an event only to have no attendees. Here are two specific event advertising strategies that will ensure your online program won’t get lost in the digital shuffle.