Employees from all offices and regions can attend town hall events to learn about the newest corporate news. Organizers may use the Virtual Town Hall solution to create a central location where they can share event information and material, get employee feedback, and handle logistics in the background. Featuring end-to-end personalization to express the brand’s voice throughout the event.
Connect employees with your co-workers by organizing events and agendas that will keep them up to speed on the latest news and conversations. Ensure that no one forgets important dates, milestones, or events. Town Hall is an opportunity to comprehend the meeting’s main itinerary and plan.
Simply plan the broadcast and send invites to moderators, presenters, and attendees via a seamless email interface with role-based join links. It only takes one click for your participants to connect from any device – desktop, mobile, or conference room systems – and they’re ready to go.
With our push live alerts and reminders, you can keep an active countdown for registrants and keep in touch with any last-minute changes. This will keep everyone in sync while also maintaining the participants’ attention and responsiveness. Large gatherings of people can be difficult to manage, but Nextiz’s birds-eye view feature makes it possible to keep everyone on the same page.
When it comes to business meetings, there is an overflow of data and documents that must be retained and arranged for the event to run well. Allow participants, hosts, and representatives to customize their profiles using Nextiz. This will make it easier for hosts to moderate discussions while maintaining individualized relevance for each participant.
Keep rotational or simultaneous meetings with multi-day, multi-session benefits. Engage your workforce in the event depending on teams, discussions, or departments that can run simultaneously with different agendas. All of this is possible with Nextiz’s amazing interface that is easy to navigate and completely user-friendly.
To put on a successful event, planners must first listen to their audiences, understand their needs, and then design an event that meets those requirements. Only via effective communication will hosts be able to provide the right messaging and marketing campaigns to the right people.