HYBRIDS – ONSITE, IN-PERSON WITH ONLINE LIVESTREAM CAPABILITIES

As we return to the brick and mortar banquet halls to participate in events and network in person once again, the technology shift caused by the pandemic has proven to us that remote attendance is very efficient and has presented us with some really great tools. Technologies that now allow us to invite guests to attend our events virtually have eliminated the geographical barriers that may have discouraged supporters in the past to commute to our onsite events in the past can now attend from the convenience of their homes in a real-time broadcast, AKA Livestream. They will see and hear everything that the onsite “in-person” attendees experience, all presentations, all guest speakers, the Emcee, guest celebrities even views of the onsite audience if you so desire.  When it comes the time that your organization appeals to the remote attendees to engage to support your cause, buttons will appear upon their devices to do so in real-time in conjunction with the onsite attendees. Remote supporter’s interactions whether donation pledges or live simulcast auction bids will be identified and recognized in milliseconds through a monitor viewed by the Emcee or auctioneer and they will acknowledge these supporters’ actions as they occur.

Sure, there is a lot of preparation to provision this, yet we are well experienced and are able to make it all happen. A hybrid onsite, online fundraising event increases your supporter attendance. Our experienced broadcast staff will make the “online – onsite” experience exciting and fun featuring multiple camera angle live streaming, prerecorded video, and remote live guest speakers all being served up to the internet attendees and rebroadcasted to the onsite,  “in-person” attendees at the live venue.  It’s simple really, adding remote virtual attendees to your live onsite event will boost your fundraiser revenues. To see our platform in action, ask for a demo.  For more details on how our technology works, please visit our technology page.