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How to Drive Hybrid Engagement

DateJuly 28, 2021

Time11:30am PT


Now that in-person events are possible again, everyone’s talking about hybrid. But what does that even mean? We could tell you… but we’d rather show you. 

Join us at the Sheraton, Palo Alto on July 28th at 11:30am PT for “The Event Remix,” an exclusive hybrid event… about hybrid events, where you’ll experience firsthand how to combine physical and digital elements to create one shared experience, whether your attendees are in the same room or across the country. 

You’ll enjoy lunch (and an Uber ride to the event) – on us. Then, we’ll explore the components of a hybrid event and show you how to build immersive, interactive experiences that engage both physical and digital audiences. 

Why attend? You’ll learn how to: 

  • Deliver event-like experiences for digital audiences 
  • Bring the engagement of digital to physical events
  • Turn hybrid event engagement into data that converts
  • Leverage the right technology for a seamless experience, from breakout sessions to networking and beyond 

It’s time to remix and reimagine your digital events for a hybrid world. Register now.

In-Person Agenda:

11:30am PT: Lunch
12:00pm PT: Welcome to the Era of Hybrid Engagement with Mark Bornstein, VP of Marketing, ON24
12:10 pm PT: The Future of Events: Outlook and Predictions with Cheri Keith, Head of Strategy, ON24
12:25 pm PT: Keys to Delivering Successful Hybrid Events with Mark Bornstein, VP of Marketing, ON24
1:15pm PT: Q&A with Mark Bornstein, VP of Marketing, ON24

To ensure your safety, this event will have a 30-person limit and the venue will apply the highest standards for cleanliness and safety. To learn more about the Sheraton’s protocols for health and safety, please visit: https://whattoexpect.marriott.com/sjcsi 

Based on the CDC’s and California’s guidelines, wearing a mask indoors is not required, but those onsite who are unvaccinated or immunocompromised are expected to wear a mask. And, as always, those who feel more comfortable wearing a mask are encouraged to do so.