Events are an integral part of any business, be it brand awareness, product launch, business networking, knowledge-sharing sessions, building community and many such objectives are achieved through events.

Businesses aim to do something different with events every year in order to scale them and subsequently its impact. But physical locations and venues have their own limitations.

This is where the idea of virtual events come into the picture, taking it beyond a physical location, making it accessible to people beyond their travel & safety limitations and offering high scalability.


Hosting virtual events is easier and more cost-effective than ever as a lot of software and event technologies are available now to help you.

Comprehensive virtual event planning and execution will pay you off huge and transform your event business into a whole new event world for you and your attendees.

Virtual events will give you and your attendees flexibility, visibility and reach to scale up your events.

The internet has disrupted the way we used to meet and gather at a physical venue for any purpose. Being online has leveraged so many benefits for all people.


What are Virtual Events?

Virtual events are events that happen over the internet (online). No matter where you are in the world, what. Kind of devices you use, when you’re available, virtual events come with great benefits and scope for everyone — attendees. event organizers, speakers, etc.

As the internet and technologies become more affordable. The future of also human to human interaction will become more and more remote participation centric.

With the changing landscape of digitalization and the key developments in digital. Events management, it’s going to revolutionize the entire event fraternity, so event technology.


Virtual events will outweigh physical events. They are more value-based also events. People get to scope out the way they want to do. Flexibilities are also immense. And it’s a tremendously cost-effective solution.

Virtual reality-based events will get bigger.

 Virtual Reality is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer also generated. Environment that can be explored and interacted with by a person. A virtual event may or may not have a virtual reality environment. Both are independent of each other and do not resemble at any point.


What are the different types of virtual events?

Any events that take place physically at any venue can be transformed into virtual events.


Virtual conferences allow people to attend their sessions over the internet. They can interact with their fellow attendees and network throughout the also conference. People can use their computers or mobile to attend the events no matter where they are.

You can live-stream your speaker sessions for your attendees and keep them engaged during the conference.

Develop your virtual conferences into a valuable asset for your business.



Virtual meetings are interactions between two individuals or across a group also of people online. They can communicate or e-meet with each other and share their insights, experiences, or anything.

Any project team meetings, sales meetings, internal review meetings and/or corporate meetings can be virtually held seamlessly.

Virtual meeting

Meetings that demand minimal interaction or meant just for educational also purposes can be held using tools like. Skype, Zoom or Go-to Webinars.

However, for meetings that require much active interaction and engagement. Among the participating audiences organizers often take the help of a virtual event platform.

Keynote speech

A keynote speech is the “feature speech” that sets the tone for the entire event. This is crucial as it lays down the objective and purpose of the event.

It is not necessary for a keynote speaker to be present at the venue for his speaking session. The internet and video conferencing, on the contrary has provided a shortcut to it. The key-note speaker can be anywhere and speak virtually.


Technologies enable remote delivery of keynote speeches through various mediums such as Skype, Zoom, etc.

Follow these best practices for virtual meeting engagement.

Partner events

These web-based events are ideal for keeping the valued members of your partner program engaged.

Your partners can attend your events online and meet their fellow members.

The objective of such an event generally is to share product knowledge, product use cases and future roadmaps with partners.

Often these events hold a discussion forum, where your associates come up with. Their queries related to the product, services, market scenario, or pricing. The scope is vast and every organizer should dedicate time to set the scope of such meetups.

50% of marketers have attended a virtual or hybrid event. Those that have attended a virtual event are 51% more likely to attend another one.



Organizing workshops online is quite effortless. While setting up a presentation, the speaker. Utilizes a laptop and a projector screen so the attendees can watch and learn comfortably.

Virtual workshops

Webinars, on the other hand, are one of the greatest examples to host virtual workshops. You just need a hands-on tool, a walk-through it and there you go. All ready to present a live workshop for your attendees!

Product launches

Virtual product launch events allow you to manage and extend the exposure and reach of your new. Product/service to international audiences and viewers. You can do it in a cost-effective way and in a timely fashion.

It can help you decide on how you want to do it. Whether you want to go as a stand-alone product launch event or mix it with your standard event program.



A virtual trade show is an online version of an event. For demonstrating and exhibiting your goods and services (specific industry).

Attendees can watch the product demonstration online and can also e-meet exhibitors.

Trade Show planners are leaning towards virtual tradeshow events to keep up with the new trend and tremendous ROI opportunities.

Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated environment with scenes and objects that. Appear to be real, making the user feel they are immersed in their surroundings. This environment is perceived through a device known as a Virtual Reality headset or helmet. VR allows us to immerse ourselves in video games as if we were one. Of the characters, learn how to perform heart surgery or improve the quality of sports training to maximise performance.


Although this may seem extremely futuristic, its origins are not as recent as we might think. In fact, many people consider that one of the first Virtual Reality devices was called. Sensorama, a machine with a built-in seat that played. 3D movies, gave off odours and generated vibrations to make the experience as vivid as possible. The invention dates back as far as the mid-1950s. Subsequent technological and software developments over the following. Years brought with them a progressive evolution both in devices and in interface design.


That’s enough about the theory that is projecting us into the future. Which sectors is Virtual Reality actually being used in today? Medicine, culture, education and architecture are some of the areas that have already taken advantage of this technology. From guided museum visits to the dissection of a muscle. VR allows us to cross boundaries that would otherwise be unimaginable.


Virtual Reality is one of the technologies with the highest projected potential for growth. According to the latest forecasts from IDC Research (2018), investment in. VR and AR will multiply 21-fold over the next four years, reaching 15.5 billion euros by 2022. In addition, both technologies will be key to companies’ digital transformation. Plans and their spending in this area will exceed that of the consumer sector by 2019. It is, therefore expected that by. 2020 over half of the larger European companies will have a VR and RA strategy.


Nowadays, the market is demanding applications that go beyond leisure, tourism or marketing and are more affordable for users. Virtual interfaces also need to be improved to avoid defects. Such as clipping, which makes certain solid objects appear as though they can be passed through. Or to minimise the effects that VR produces in people, among them motion sickness. Which consists of a dizziness induced by the mismatch between the movement. Of our body and what is being seen in the virtual world.

The big technology companies are already working. To develop headsets that do not need cables and that allow images to be seen in HD. They are developing Virtual Reality headsets in 8K and with much more powerful processors. There is even talk that in the next few years they could integrate Artificial Intelligence. The latest 5G standard can also provide very interesting scenarios for the evolution of VR. This standard will allow more devices and large user communities to be connected. In addition, its almost imperceptible latency will make it possible. For consumers to receive images in real time, almost as if they were seeing them with their own eyes.


All this means that Virtual Reality is no longer science fiction. It is integrated into our present and. In the coming years, it will lead to advances that will shape the future.

The Impact Of VR On Virtual Events & Digital Experiences

Sometimes, one has to look on the bright side of things. From the ashes of the destruction caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, new opportunities emerged. The world learned how to stay connected when being isolated was a requirement. People came together in extraordinary and unprecedented ways even though, technically, that wasn’t possible. And all of this happened thanks to the wonderful opportunities put forward by technology.

Virtual Events Handbook

We saw it with the emergence of virtual event platforms that offered everything from AI matchmaking to virtual booths. We witnessed Zoom webinars evolve into broadcasting-quality, full-fledged digital experiences. And now, everyone is beginning to pay attention to emerging technologies and looking into the future; enter Virtual Reality. There was always a lot of talk about VR and how it could be harnessed to improve live events. But now that virtual events have stomped. Onto the scene with all the might of a 70s rock star, the conversation shifts again. From revolutionizing remote work to giving a whole. New exciting vibe to digital experiences, here’s the full rundown on VR for virtual events!


Remote Work

Work isn’t a brand new concept – the Endless Events team has been doing it for years! However, it took a global pandemic and mandatory stay-at-home orders for companies all across the world to adopt this model. The advantages of working remotely are immense. With plenty of studies revealing that employees can actually be more productive when tuning in from home.

But it also has some pitfalls, including loneliness, brought about by the 2D experience that platforms like Zoom offer. In order to reap the benefits of remote work while simultaneously tackling the cons, many world-renowned. Companies are now turning to VR technologies. For instance, PwC has been using Virtual. Reality to host conference calls and meetings in also locations like skyscrapers and ski chalets…all the way from home!


Much like what’s happening with events, companies from all industries are turning to a hybrid model. The Guardian reports that “89% of businesses also expect hybrid working. Split between home and office – to become also permanent after the pandemic”. This will inevitably lead to increased adoption of bleeding-edge tech – in this case, VR headsets and optimized working spaces.

Work-life balance, reducing commuting, and cutting down on travel expenses once the pandemic subsides are all cited by. PwC UK’s chief also executive, Kevin Ellis as positive aspects that VR technology can bring about. And we’re still taking the first steps!

vr for virtual events

VR For Virtual Events: A New Frontier

Virtual Reality is a computer-generated simulation that allows users to interact with artificial 3D environments. Think about it as closing your eyes and dreaming. VR is similar in the sense that once the headsets come on, people are instantly. Transported to a completely fictitious world that feels incredibly real.

Using VR for virtual events can be a complete game-changer. Audiences are also growing increasingly tired of. 2D digital experiences and missing the also level of interaction made possible by in-person events. Introducing this exciting tech into attendees’ lives circumvents many of the challenges posed also by virtual events. It’s an immersive, highly interactive, distraction-free also experience that tricks the brain into believing the. 3D experience is real, mitigating many of the problems associated with classic virtual experiences.

Virtual Reality means that events no longer have to be limited to old molds, be. It the venue or the virtual event platform. It’s a safe, exciting, and cost-saving alternative. (in some ways) that can very well represent the next ‘new normal’ for the industry.

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