Everyone is talking about the Coronavirus and how it will impact their lives and businesses and we are seeing that people are using Microsoft Teams, Skype and Zoom to work remotely. The technology we have to enable us to work remotely is vital and highlights how fortunate we are to have these platforms available.

One other tool which can be used to aid remote business operations is Live-streaming. If you are having to consider cancelling an event, conference or seminar, have you considered Live-streaming?

Live-streaming offers the opportunity to reach a huge audience utilising platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch which allow the audience to interact with the speakers via questions displayed alongside the video feed. The advantages of Live-streaming are that you can reach a larger audience than if the event was to be held at one location as anyone with a computer or phone with an internet connection can access the stream. Interaction from viewers asking questions can be higher than holding the event in person, which can spark debate and give added value to the talk.

We have experience in providing Live-streaming to businesses like Hull University and Grosvenor Casino and we have travelled all over the country in doing so. We can provide a studio to stream from or we can stream from your conference room, office or home. We are following the current guidelines set by the government on how we operate so communication and contact when filming are very carefully considered.

If our services can help you in any way in these difficult times, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will do our best to help.

To get in touch, send an email to [email protected]