Almost 90 percent of employees want to experience greater transparency in the workplace and nearly 85 percent of employees are keen to feel more connected with remote colleagues, according to a survey by Slack. So what can businesses do to improve transparency and help create a better sense of community within their organisation?
A strong workforce plays a vital role in the success of any business and losing staff can often cause a real headache for employers, particularly those in the legal sector, where the cost of replacing a key team member is more than £39,000.
Livestreaming is an incredibly powerful tool for helping brands and businesses to build a stronger connection with audiences but it’s vital to measure the impact of your live video to make sure you’re reaching your overall goals. Monitoring the performance of your live video in real time can also help to make your livestreams more effective, allowing you to adapt and refine content, depending on viewer engagement.
Give your social media livestreams the edge with a bespoke studio to provide the perfect setting for a high quality live video broadcast. Whether you’re working with an influencer or an in-house spokesperson, a branded studio brings a more professional look to your social media livestreams and the good news is that a pop-up studio can be installed just about anywhere.
As we look ahead to this year and beyond, it’s hard to imagine a business events calendar that doesn’t include an element of ‘virtual’, whether in a hybrid format or an entirely remote setting. The digital transformation of events has been accelerated by the pandemic and as marketers continue to value the benefits of virtual, we expect to see many more exciting developments in 2022. Here are four key areas that are set to shape hybrid and virtual events this year: