Leading Meeting Professionals

Professional Convention Management Association

Beast Mode: How to Generate 70% Attendance for your Next Virtual Event

Event Details:

When: November 18, 2014 1:00 PM until November 18, 2014 2:00 PM

In the virtual event world, it is difficult to capture your market because there are millionsof sites begging for attention. From breaking news to addicting games, market segments are oversaturated with a flood of information. What sets an organization’s virtual presence apart from the rest of the virtual world is the ability to effectively promote the event. Whether it is physical or virtual promotion, an organization can have a tough time swimming in a sea of virtually endless possibilities.

This webcast will help arm your organization with information and resources to increase visibility and generate more attendees.

  • Formulate questions to ask yourself before a Virtual Event
  • Determine the areas in which you should market your event
  • Describe tips to generate audiences

Date: Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Time: 1pm Central
Cost: Complimentary

Brought to you by

Matt Goodwin, Ph.D. — Technology and Audience Engagement Wizard @INXPO


Matt helps clients around the world develop and implement global communication initiatives, online events, virtual environments, and webcasts/webinars to maximize internal and external audience engagement in a variety of use cases. From small-scale sponsorship development to global IT infrastructure review, design, and installation, Matt understands the business challenges of tomorrow. Matt’s working portfolio includes Fortune 500, mid-sized, and small-sized organizations in a variety of industries, including retail, service or agency based, government, healthcare, associations, societies, technology, financial services, education, and media publishing. The foundation of Matt’s experience is business development and technology, but his passions are continuing education, networking, and relationship building. Matt’s Ph.D. is in technology and information systems with a focus on leadership and management. His published research includes findings that relate to digital business development, generational differences, global communication, social business platform adoption, and technology use.

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