Attempted to feature as the world’s largest online workshop in the Guinness World Records…
New Delhi/ 1 December 2020: In the post Covid-19 situation, going out in public and gathering together with people have become non-viable. Due to embracing the new normal of social distancing, the event industry has been one of the worst affected among the others. Since the onset of the pandemic, hundreds of events were cancelled across the world. However, it is not possible to continue in this manner of non-communication between the corporates and their customers. At this critical junction, there is a dire need to navigate the situation and create a solution.
In this endeavour, BizConnect has done a training web series for STL Academy on fibre optics, F-Tech 2.0. With 70,000+ Registrations for a 2-days workshop, the event entered the Asia Book of Records for Asia’s largest online workshop in 2020 and attempted to feature in the Guinness World Records as the world’s largest online workshop today.
Over the past few months Virtual Events, while a challenging prospect, has started becoming the norm. A virtual event is one where individuals experience the event and its content online rather than gathering in-person. This kind of a platform has been found to be the best alternative in these critical times. This format is perfectly compatible with event marketing and sponsorship strategies while allowing planners to be ready for any eventuality. Moreover, virtual events can even reach a wider audience than traditional live events and speakers can be brought in from the most remote areas due to the lack of travel restrictions.
Government mandated lockdowns have pressed organizations to accommodate work from home, thereby shifting businesses to the virtual platform. Throughout the pandemic’s duration, the global virtual event platforms are expected to remain on a high growth trajectory. Large, medium and small enterprises have increased spending on cloud and virtual event management platforms, with meetings and conferences being conducted online.
Throughout the pandemic’s duration, the global virtual event platforms is expected to remain on a high growth trajectory. Large, medium and small enterprises have increased spending on cloud and virtual event management platforms, with meetings and conferences being conducted online. According to Future Market Insights’ (FMI) estimates, the demand for virtual event platforms will surge exponentially, with maximum uptake likely to be across the education and healthcare industries. These network-based platforms have enabled people to schedule appointments with exhibitors, sponsors and performers.