Virtual and Hybrid Events at Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
With over ten years’ experience of hosting online conferences, the team at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh has seen an increase in demand for virtual and hybrid events. The venue has developed packages that can be broadcast to numbers of up to 4,000 delegates worldwide.
A hybrid event can be educational, team building, and live! The in-house team of event coordinators and technical support can help you design an event to remember that reaches a global audience with ease.
Holding virtual and hybrid events bring a number of benefits, including improved accessibility, increased delegate attendance and additional opportunities for digital interaction. By hosting a hybrid event in this venue, you can take advantage of on-site lighting and sound, with backdrops ranging from historic to modern and a bespoke sleek service.
This new package allows events to run entirely virtually or as a blend of virtual with onsite attendees and speakers. Depending on your requirements, you can simply provide your event programme and speaker contact details – the venue team will take care of the rest!
Remote speakers and chairs: The presenter can connect remotely, share their presentation and respond live to questions.
Remote attendees: This venue regularly hosts events with up to 4,000 remote attendees from across the globe. The operating systems are NHS and business compatible, helping to reach delegates and speakers in their workplace. You can also take advantage of our live Question and Answer functionality, polling and voting options.
Live Stream: Events can either be pre-recorded or broadcast live to your audience. Both options are high quality presentations.
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