Remote Work & Corporate Event Blog
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Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, more companies are opting to host virtual events for client engagement. This is the most effective way for them to promote their products or services online.
However, even with all the necessary tools at hand, it does not guarantee the success of your online event because of simple, easily avoidable mistakes. Here are our top 4 most common mistakes to avoid and a few recommendations to help you organize a successful virtual event.
Digital conferences are an excellent complement to classic trade fair presentations. They are lower in costs and organisational effort. The time saved could and should be used for making your event pop at that virtual fair. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind for your virtual trade fair appearance.
With the ever-growing amount of online job searches, organizations are continually looking for ways to build their online recruitment strategy. A growing trend in online recruitment is the use of virtual career fairs. Read This Before Joining a Virtual Career Fair.
The most successful companies in the world boast the work-life balance that their employees experience. Studies have also shown that one of the top qualities that potential candidates look for in companies is their ability to provide work-life balance. Here are five simple work-life balance initiatives that any organisation can put in place for their remote workers.
We have grown accustomed to interacting and influencing our teams face-to-face. However, with the accelerated move towards remote working due to the pandemic situation, many are wondering how they can continue to influence their virtual teams. In this article, we will be sharing our top 5 tips to motivate your virtual team effectively!