Less programming for a less captive audience?

  • 17 December 2020
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This Fast Company article cited the transition from in-person to virtual events requires organizers to be more mindful of participants’ time, as they are less likely to dedicate as much of their day to an online event as they would an in-person conference. 

“You’ve got to be more respectful than ever of people’s time… I keep seeing five-day conferences, and one, that’s a lot of content, and two, nobody in their right minds has five days off to go to a conference, so pare it down and know that everyone’s days [are] a little more stressful, and staring at a screen all day is hard.

 

How has everyone approached this (ie have you transitioned from one full-day conference to two half-days?)


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