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It is now an expectation that events have an online aspect. Anyone can add an online element, but how do you make that element valuable and engage your live stream audience?  Strategic thinking is required to organize and provide a positive remote experience. There is no point to be live if you are not going to engage actively with your remote viewers. Need more ideas on how to improve engagement with your audiences? Check this out! 

In this episode of #EventIcons our guests Martin Shepherdly of Be There Global (UK) Ltd and Paul Cook of Planet Planit guide us through how to create a fantastic remote experience, and the best tips for remote engagement. Watch below to ensure your remote audience feels engaged and part of your next event!

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There is a lot of strategic planning required to make a remote event successful. @planetplanitbiz Click To Tweet The real objective is to get viewers and make them participants. @BeThereGlobal Click To Tweet

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Information junkie, energetic, and work-a-holic are just some of the words we can use to describe Will Curran. Aside from spending 20 out of 24 hours a day working as the Chief Event Einstein of Endless Events, you can catch Will ordering a chai latte or watching The Flash with his cats. He is also well known for his love of all things pretzels.

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