Virtually Speaking Webinar: Remote Working and Organising Events

For the fourth event in our new Virtually Speaking series, we are hosting a FREE webinar and social Q&A session on Remote Working and Organising Events from 2pm to 3pm GMT on Wednesday 17th June.

Assenty founder Chi-chi Ekweozor (@thisischichi) will be joined by an expert panel of events specialists including Marketing Consultant (and Assenty’s own in-house marketing expert) Natalie Asprey (@_NAMarketing) Adam Parry, co-founder of Event Tech Live, Event Industry News and Events Professional (@punchtownparry)and Event Professional and Project Manager Joseph Charlton who will be sharing their experience of moving from in-person to online events, how the current lockdown restrictions are impacting events and what they think is next for how we consume and deliver events.

How does it work?

You can get involved in three ways: you can sign up to attend the webinar on Zoom (it’s free), you can join the community on Slack and you can also send in questions for our speakers.

1. Register for the webinar

To register for the webinar,simply sign up by providing an email address. Details for logging on will be emailed to you.

2. Connect with the community

To connect with others attending before and after the webinar, please join the Community Slack group

3. Send in your questions and participate in polls!

We also have a question board ready for the social Q&A and we’d like you to send in your questions for our speakers at the Remote Working and HomeSchooling webinar before 12 noon on Wednesday 17th June.

We are especially keen to hear from anyone s to employers around caring for and educating children.  Anonymous questions are welcome: to send one in simply click on the purple Post Anonymously button at the top of the question board

We will be posing your questions to the speakers during the webinar, with the question board updated in real-time with your responses.

We will also be running some quick polls on social media ahead of the event. Please take a moment to vote in the first poll,no registration required. We’ll also be regularly sharing additional polls on our Twitter Feed so please do get involved!