Town Hall Meetings

For most large—enterprise organizations, the company all-hands or town hall meeting has been one of the most important events in a corporate communications strategy. The company town hall is typically an annual or quarterly meeting, attended by every employee, that allows the CEO and/or management to present company goals, awards and recognition, engage in planning sessions, and provide inspiration for the work ahead.


Bring your town hall meetings to ALL of your employees with ON24 virtual communications.

Why ON24?

Extend Reach and Value of Town Hall Meetings

Unfortunately, as employees become more globally dispersed, it becomes less feasible to gather them in a single location. It’s costly, time-consuming, and detrimental to normal business functions. While simple conferencing can allow remote employees to listen to or view a town hall meeting, they have no way to directly participate in the activities of the meeting. By integrating virtual communications from ON24, all of your employees can fully participate in town hall meetings.

The ON24 Virtual Town Hall

ON24 webcasting enables you to provide all of your employees the ability to both watch and participate in the activities of a traditional town hall meeting from anywhere in the world. Virtual town hall meetings can be customized to include chat functionality for Q & A, surveys and polling, and real-time collaboration tools to create a fully interactive town hall experience for the remote worker.

Extending the Life of Your Town Hall

After the event is over, the ON24 virtual town hall can also be hosted as an on-demand event for employees who missed the live event or new employees who are hired later. ON24 also offers localization services that enable you to re-purpose key content in various required languages.

Technical Requirements:

To protect the integrity of the network, enterprises have many requirements relating to events that take place inside their network perimeter. ON24 offers advanced support for the following areas:

  • Media Distribution behind the firewall
  • Media Distribution across multiple networks
  • Security of content
  • Authentication of participants utilizing corporate Active Directory and similar directory structures

Read more information about Technical Guidelines.