Looking for an event alternative? Our fully customizable webinars and virtual event experiences are the perfect solution. Transitioning to an online alternative is the best way to safely and effectively engage your community during COVID-19. Learn more about your online event options, or chat with one of our event experts to find your online event solution.
Transitioning from a traditional event to a webinar or virtual event is just a simple venue change. Your online event can still feature keynote speakers, produce high-quality content, include advertising and sponsorship activations, and engage your audience at every touchpoint. The only difference is that your event experience will take place online. Learn how online event alternatives compare to traditional events to find the alternative that's right for you.
Virtual events are large, multi-session events or conferences that are hosted online. They can include both pre-recorded content, or live content that is streamed to audiences in a dedicated virtual room. Virtual events are highly interactive and give a similar look and feel to a physical event, but are often more cost-effective, scalable, and sustainable than traditional events.
Webcasts are online video streams of a single event or conference that can be viewed by registered attendees. Webcasts produce professional-quality video content that can be distributed to up to 50,000 attendees offering you a truly scalable, global event alternative.
Webinars are online events that allow your registered audience to engage with content and presenters through a webinar hosting platform. Webinars can run as live, on-demand, or simulive events and are an effective alternative for lead generation, thought leadership, customer engagement and more.
It was so easy to set up that we actually ran it twice in one day, once for our European audiences and once for our US audiences and all the technical input we had was 2 clicks.
As businesses and governments look to tackle climate change, there has been a renewed focus in digital alternatives to events, namely virtual events.
So, you want to know how much the WorkCast platform will cost? Whatever your business goals, or budget, we have a price and package to suit your needs.
If you’re still in the deciding whether WorkCast is the right online events platform for you and your business, then you’ll be happy to know that you can try WorkCast for free with our 14-day trial.
With our free webinar trial of WorkCast, the most powerful webinar platform on the planet, you’ll be able to run live webinars with no plugins, no downloads and no barriers for attendees, create custom, branded webinars and create bespoke landing pages and event emails.
With our webinar trial you can supercharge your lead generation, increase audience engagement and grow your business - all completely free of charge.
WorkCast has multiple online event packages to suit your business needs. The short answer is yes, you can pay per use. If you wish to purchase a one-off managed online event you can speak to one of our experts to discuss your online event requirements, so that we can give you a quote.
In the meantime, you can get a free demo of WorkCast Stratus to determine whether our platform is suitable for your business needs.
Virtual events are becoming increasingly popular, as businesses are transitioning their traditional in-person events online, which is why it’s essential to understand the different types of virtual events.
Each virtual event type includes its own own unique features and provides various business benefits, but these are the main types of online events:
Virtual events are large, multi-session online events that can feature both webinars and webcasts. Ideal for industry conferences, virtual open days, expos and trade shows, virtual events are suitable for any event that features multiple presentations, discussion rooms or brand experiences to engage your audience.
The most basic definition of a virtual event is an online event that involves people interacting in a virtual environment, rather than a physical location. They are highly interactive and give a similar look and feel to a physical event.
Virtual events have been growing in popularity in recent years, as businesses want to extend the reach of their events to audiences worldwide. But how do you host a virtual event?
Much like any event, running a virtual event involves a lot of planning and preparation. Regardless of whether you’re running a virtual conference or a virtual open house for a college, you can follow these simple steps to ensure the success of your virtual event:
Want a free demo of WorkCast's platform before you purchase? No problem. You can request a free demo of the WorkCast webinar platform to receive a free customized webinar demo for your project with one of our webinar experts.
You’ll also receive case studies that are relevant to you and your sector and insight into webinar success, best practices, prices and packages.
Yes, you can purchase an annual license for WorkCast. Whether you’re opting for our Business, Business Pro, or our Enterprise webinar package, each of these plans is offered as an annual license, which customers can pay per month. For more information about what features and capabilities are available within each of our packages, you can visit WorkCast’s full list of prices and packages.
Yes, WorkCast have an advanced data mapping engine that allows our online events platform to integrate with your Marketing/Sales Platform. Our platform integrates with HubSpot, Eloqua, Marketo and Salesforce, which means that data, like event registration, attendance data and engagement metrics can be pushed directly to your marketing platform.
Once you’re logged into the WorkCast platform, you can connect directly to your Marketing/Sales platform and manage all your event connections.
WorkCast was built for video so you can easily embed it in your presentation and broadcast to any device.
Our seamless branding capabilities mean there is no break in the brand experience for your audience.
Polls, surveys, questionnaires, chats, Q&As, and more means your webinars are interactive and your audience is engaged.
WorkCast’s innovative cloud-based technology means your webinars can be accessed on any device.
HubSpot, Salesforce, Marketo, Eloqua and more. No matter what platform you use, WorkCast can provide seamless integration.
Real time analytics and comprehensive reporting data mean you can identify the hottest prospects for your sales team.