PodcastS1E3: The evolution of virtual events: the playbook has changedThis episode will explore how virtual has evolved, and why it’s still key to a successful events program.Listen NowShare ThisSubscribeVirtual events helped keep the events industry afloat at a time when in-person events were out of the question. Even though in-person events are back, virtual isn’t going anywhere – but they’ve changed since 2020.After two years, attendees are expecting more out of virtual events. Event professionals are tasked with creating engaging, immersive, and personalized digital experiences. This means rewriting the virtual playbook. A one hour webinar-style event with little engagement isn’t going to cut it.This episode will explore how virtual has evolved, and why it’s still key to a successful events program.Looking to learn more about building a better event? Check out these resources, including guides, industry reports, videos, as well as free tools and templates.Check out the WebexOne case study.Check out the virtual event planning guide.Event Horizons is hosted by Nolan Ether and Olivia VanCuren, presented by Webex Events (formerly Socio), and is produced by Earfluence. Listen onRelated ResourcesPodcastS1E6: The future of events – What’s on the horizon?This episode is a summary of what we’ve learned and how this will shape the future of events. We’ll even take a look into the more distant future and talk about the potential impact of tech like VR, AR, and the Metaverse.PodcastS1E5: Redefining hybrid: Crafting truly connected event experiencesThis episode will explore how event planners are defining and thinking about hybrid events today, examples of successful hybrid events, and how leaning into digital elements (even for in-person events) can help take your events to the next level.PodcastS1E4: Using event data to prove ROI and optimize eventsThis episode will highlight the importance of collecting and leveraging event data to take your events program to the next level, get buy-in from leadership, and continue to attract sponsors and exhibitors.