5 Tips for Conducting a Virtual Meeting

by | Jun 2, 2020 | Why MeetingScience? | 0 comments

As business owners embrace virtual events as a cost-effective method to achieve a myriad of goals, including webinars, training, and conferences, it’s important to ensure that effective communication isn’t being traded for bottom-line savings. While it’s unlikely that meeting virtually will completely replace the need for entrepreneurs to meet in person, its ease of adoption and convenience can serve to enhance your business’s productivity. However, virtual meetings aren’t ideal for every situation, so knowing when and how to utilize this technology is vital.

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