Virtually Anywhere: Explore the Future of Business Travel, Meetings & Events

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When: Thursday, June 23
Time: 12 pm EST/ 6 pm CET
Where: Virtual

Right now, the need for virtual alternatives to business travel, meetings and events is largely driven by travel restrictions and global stay at home orders. But even when travel returns, virtual collaboration will still play a large role in how we communicate, engage and connect with each other going forward.

Join experts from Advito and BCD Meetings & Events on a highly engaging webinar to explore this new landscape and understand how virtual solutions will be integrated into the travel and meetings programs of the future to ensure business continuity, help achieve company-wide sustainability and cost-savings goals, and increase employee engagement and satisfaction.

  • Learn how to determine what type of virtual collaboration strategy is right for your business.
  • Understand the importance of leveraging employee engagement tactics to communicate program goals and drive the adoption of virtual tools and technologies.
  • Discover how to battle “virtual fatigue” and create an engaging experience for attendees and would-be travelers inside a virtual meetings environment.
  • Examine the possibilities for the new future of business travel, meetings & events as our experts provide their outlook for the industry and how virtual can and should become an integral part of your strategy going forward.

Reach out to us for a recording of the event!

Wondering how to build an engaging and effective virtual meetings strategy? Reach out today to see how Advito and BCD M&E can help.

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