By now we’ve all come to terms with the fact that events look different. And they’re going to look different for a while. But that doesn’t mean, as event marketers, we can’t strive to deliver amazing, high touch experiences even in this low touch world.
But I get it. It’s hard to stand out when you’re hosting another webinar or another virtual fireside chat. The key to making your event not an event – but an experience – is delivering the same components that make in-person gatherings so impactful. You need great content, an amazing venue, and wonderful networking opportunities.
But how do you pull it off? That’s a question we’ve struggled to answer ourselves since March. But over the last several months, we think we’ve figured it out and now we’re sharing all of our secrets with you alongside some of the best and brightest entertainers, event marketers, investors, and business leaders in the world.
On September 17th, join us for RevGrowth: Virtual Experiences, where you’ll get exclusive insights and learnings from:
Who he is: Former star of The Office and co-founder of SoulPancake
Why we’re excited to hear from him: Rainn may be best known for his role as Dwight on The Office, but he’s also the co-founder of media company, SoulPancake, which has more than 3 million YouTube subscribers. At RevGrowth, Rainn will share how SoulPancake is adapting its approach to digital marketing amid COVID, the move to virtual, and more.
Who he is: Musical Director of Hamilton
Why we’re excited to hear from him: Alex is the Tony and Grammy award-winning Musical Director of Hamilton (you may have heard of it) and is also responsible for bringing the Broadway hit to millions on the Disney+ platform. So at RevGrowth, Alex will share how to make your event – whether that’s a musical or a B2B webinar 😜 – stand out, engage, and captivate your target audience.
Who she is: Managing Director at Cleo Capital and Contributing Editor at Marie Claire
Why we’re excited to hear from her: As the the managing director of Cleo Capital and a contributing editor at Marie Claire Magazine, Sarah is a force to be reckoned with. She knows what it takes to secure your next round of venture funding, no matter the climate, and will be sharing how the move to virtual is changing the investment landscape.
Who she is: President & CEO of The Paley Center for Media
Why we’re excited to hear from her: Pat is a lifelong advocate for women and girls. An Emmy award-winning and Oscar-nominated producer, she uses the power of media to tell women’s stories and increase representation of women on and off screen. At RevGrowth, Pat will share how she brought TEDWomen virtual.