How to Host a Successful Virtual Event
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About the Event
Elevating your virtual event management skills has become critical to working within our “new normal.” From routine meetings and presentations, to press conferences, hearings, lectures, fundraisers and community outreach—you need to be able to successfully captivate your audience with imagery and information that, until this year, has been delivered in-person.
On September 29th, PRSA CT wants you to learn how you can best adapt your event management skills to the ever-expanding virtual landscape. Our expert presenters, Kate Copeland and Anne Hill of UConn’s Office of University Events and Conference Services, have led some of the region’s most highly regarded in-person and virtual events and conferences—greatly enhancing the University’s national profile as a premier destination for professional and academic gatherings.
During this 90-minute presentation and Q&A, Copeland and Hill will guide you through their proven virtual event management strategies, which will help you to work efficiently with your internal and external partners as you deliver an unforgettable experience for your attendees on the other side of the screen.
The show must go on! Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn how magic is made. This PRSA CT event will be held via Zoom and is $20 for PRSA members and $30 for non-members. Registration is required.
- PRSA CT Members$20$200$0
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Photo from September 2019 at PRSA CT's Autumn Social in Hartford, CT.