1. Present the Same Value to Both Audiences– Online and Offline
Presenting both audiences with the same kind of content. You can upload presentations on the virtual medium, send in polls during the event, arrange Q&A sessions, or directly address the virtual audience to keep them hooked.
2. Re-visit the Content to Ensure a Seamless Delivery
Make sure the content is well-planned. As a host, you’re responsible for ensuring the hybrid event doesn’t face any glitch.
3. Rehearse the Event with your On-Site Staff
Rehearsals are essential for hybrid events because they’re prone to many glitches otherwise. When you commence an event without practicing/testing the content, there can be many embarrassing scenes for you as a manager.
4. Check Apparatus/Systems Beforehand
Hybrid events ask you to be proactive and use technology for a seamless experience. You cannot provide virtual attendees with better internet or improved lighting, but you can guide them to arrange a professional setting.
5. Map Out the Event to Avoid Glitches
Your event planning team should also have this planner so everything is seamless during an ongoing session. Do everything according to the plan and value everyone’s time.
6. Have Back-Ups
Have electricity, sound, and internet backup ready to save your event from any embarrassment.
7. Practice Presenting in Front of the Camera
Make sure you have enough practice to speak flawlessly during the event. Otherwise, your audience may step back and your event goes a flop.
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