Four Trade Show Organizers Talk Going Virtual

May 5, 2020

For registrants and others, here is follow up information on the “Four Trade Shows Talk Going Virtual” webinar brought to you by Trade Show News Network and Dahlia Plus.

HERE is the webinar recording.

Thank you to Dahlia El Gazzar for moderating, and speakers John Toner - - United Fresh; Kristi Dougherty –- Niche Media; Dorian Sullivan - - National Association of Broadcasters; and Kimberly Carcone –Events - Toy Industry Association.

Here are the specific tech tools mentioned during the webinar:

ReStream - to stream to multiple online channels including social media

WordPress VIP -  for Hosting 

Flocker  - for social media aggregation on the home page. 

 MYS – Directory function for Exhibitors and Sessions

Frequency -  linear stream/channels 

CaptionHub – AI captioning service 

Brightcove – Video player and storage

Zoom for Virtual scheduled events 

WordPress for basic webpages

Live presentations: Go To Meeting / Go To Webinar

Recorded sessions: Soapbox / Wistia

Attendee chat rooms / roundtables: Zoom / Zoom Rooms

Intrado – full virtual trade show platform

Balluun – online marketplace platform

 

Stay tuned for more webinars, content from TSNN and Dahlia Plus!

Comments

Submitted by Alex Peterkin (not verified) on Tue, 05/19/2020 - 13:00

Hello,

I would like to join your weekly Wednesday chats.

Thanks,

Submitted by Jai Cole (not verified) on Tue, 05/19/2020 - 16:34

I am interested in producing a virtual event and looking for platforms. I am faculty for the IAEE CEM program and I would like to recommend that this webinar or others that may be recorded be of benefit as links to some of the programs. Please let me know.

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