Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 Pandemic, it is clear that more businesses will move online. Most office based work has moved entirely to a home environment. Meetings are held on Slack or on Zoom. Employees work from all over the world at the same company based in one place. In kind, it is extremely difficult to get members of the press all in the same place to hear an announcement. Increasingly, more companies are turning to streaming services to present their events. While this is an adjustment, streaming can be an incredibly effective way to market and get the word out about your products. Here are some services you will need to properly stream your next press event.
Eye Catching Announcements
While press events are primarily for, well, the press, you want to pitch them to the public, journalists, and potential investors. Incorporating pre-event promotional materials on social media feeds and as part of your general marketing can raise awareness and attendance. If your event represents a shift in your business, you might want to build a broader campaign around the event. Talk to the marketing specialists within your firm or the company that you outsource to help build branding to promote the stream.
High Quality Audio and Visual Production
While some people in your company might have experience making videos or presenting, outsourcing a lot of this technical work can upgrade the visual experience. Events of this kind can include making powerpoint, designing sets and backdrops, making sure the audio is synced and that video footage plays at the right time, and much more. Needless to say, there are a lot of moving parts. Getting the right AV labor can make all the difference between a clumsy presentation and a professional one.
Concise and Engaging Presentations
Time is precious for every consumer, every presenter, and your own employees! Making presentations concise will help you keep your audience engaged and help them retain information. Rehearse and plan your presentations well ahead of time. Consult with the marketing team and everyone working on the event to make sure the presentation is up to your standards.
The right event can help structure your marketing and business for years to come, even if it is entirely online. A slick, concise, well marketed presentation is essential for building your brand. The above tools are just what your business needs for your upcoming event.
Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her husky, Snowball.