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Why Approach Sales Kickoff Differently

Posted by Robin Klombers on May 21, 2018 9:54:00 AM

Sales kickoffs (SKOs) have evolved a lot in the last 5 years. As leading companies continue to look for an edge, SKOs need to be more than just a tradition; they need to show ROI.

“Whatever the size of your organization, a SKO typically represents a relatively significant investment due to travel expenses, meeting expenses, opportunity loss for the sales team, and productivity loss for other attendees. It’s important to make your SKO not only enjoyable but also impactful.  

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Topics: Sales

Content Is King, but Money Talks | Part 3

Posted by Robin Klombers on Apr 19, 2018 11:42:00 AM

Monetizing Your Audience—One Billion Dollars (from Attendees?)

In part 1 and part 2 of this series, we highlighted ten ways event hosts can drive revenue opportunities from sponsorship of virtual events and discussed how the virtual format provides more opportunity for sponsorship revenue than physical events. Now, we turn our attention to ways to drive revenue from your audience.

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Topics: Sales

Content Is King, but Money Talks | Part 2

Posted by Robin Klombers on Apr 12, 2018 3:31:00 PM

Monetizing Events, Part 2: Sponsorship Revenues

In Part 1 of this series, we highlighted five ways an event host can drive revenue opportunities through the sponsorship of virtual events and how more sponsorship opportunities are possible in virtual events than with physical events. Today, we’re offering six additional ideas for generating sponsorship revenue:

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Topics: Virtual Event

Content Is King, but Money Talks

Posted by Robin Klombers on Apr 4, 2018 12:05:00 PM

When Bill Gates wrote, “Content Is King,” I’d bet he never thought the phrase would be repeated as often as it is.

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Topics: Virtual Event

Virtual Learning Breaks Down Walls

Posted by Robin Klombers on Feb 21, 2018 8:29:00 AM

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Virtual Classrooms

Education is evolving.

Virtual learning is quickly making its way into the educational realms. Dusty erasers and broken chalk have long been discarded, and soon even the classroom will become a distant memory. Just think, students will no longer have to compete for their teacher’s attention, and personality clashes will never be an issue. Education is constantly evolving, and the learning tools that businesses currently use to educate their personnel are now being applied to schools.

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Topics: Training

Key Ways to Promote Your Virtual Event

Posted by Robin Klombers on Feb 13, 2018 8:41:00 AM
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Promoting your online event is just as important as the event itself. After all, if no one knows about it, then the impact will be minimal. You’ve already put in the time, money, and effort into creating an innovative online event, so why not make the most out of sharing it? Showcasing your virtual event doesn’t have to be a hassle that requires a lot of time or effort.

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Topics: Virtual Event

Come Mingle At The Virtual Town Hall

Posted by Robin Klombers on Dec 18, 2017 7:00:00 AM

When you hear the words “Town Hall”, you may think of a space that is dedicated for local citizens to discuss and vote on issues of importance to their communities. In the physical sense, Town Halls are typically used for meetings, community events, recreational activities, and even minor offenses court. If the town has representative government, the town council will meet in the building. Other officials may be located there as well.

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