Travel expenses can be high. Calendars can be packed. Approvals from employers can be tough to secure. In today’s business climate, there are plenty of reasons why prospective attendees may not be able to be part of a face-to-face event. However, they still want the education and information — even if they can’t be there in-person. In fact, a recent survey from American Express Meetings & Events revealed that 63 percent of attendees would attend more meetings and events virtually if the option was available.
1) Give attendees an opportunity to do more than be viewers.
2) Don’t delay your marketing campaign.
Read more about gaining success with your remote conference audience: http://www.pcma.org/news/news-landing/2015/09/18/3-simple-tips-to-fuel-success-with-your-remote-conference-audience