Hybrid Live showcased the versatility of hybrid event technology and discussed the challenges and concerns facing event planners, such as cannibalisation.
C&IT viewers were able to submit questions and comments on Twitter via #HybridLive.
The event was presented by Tim Barrett-Jolley of RSA House and David Yates, RSA House's technical director of recursive AV.
Alex Bridges, founder of Wavecast Pro, who watched online, said: "The event had good content and it was nice to see that event organisers are getting over the cannibalisation anxiety. It's exciting to see the RSA – as a venue – embracing this trend and they are clearly well ahead of the game. By illustrating their competence and by investing in all the infrastructure required I applaud them. Many venues I come across are still being exploitative with their pricing just to provide connectivity for delegates."
Event organiser William Thompson from Gallus Events also watched online. He said: "Embracing hybrid and a digital element within your events can have significant benefits for organisations. For member-focussed events in particular, a digital element allows members to engage with the content in the way they want to. Also having a digital element opens up the potential to engage and earn from a much wider audience."
C&IT will publish a three-minute highlights video of the event next week.
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