How To Run a Virtual Conference

This course is designed for Community Admins and Local Leaders who use the Bevy Virtual Conference platform to host a large-scale event.

Estimated Time: 60 min

After completing this course, you'll be able to:

  • Describe the Bevy Virtual Conference event experience from an attendee perspective.
  • Summarize planning and execution techniques of a real-life conference event.
  • Provide an example of a Bevy partner network add-on or service.
  • Build a Bevy Virtual Conference event page, and identify where each of these options are viewable on the page: Description, logo, banner, sponsors, partners, agenda.
  • Locate the event Pre Order form, and identify the customization options.
  • List the available broadcasting and simulcasting options for the stage.
  • Differentiate between live and pre-recorded session types.
  • Explain the process of setting a booth live and interacting with a booth attendee outside of chat.
  • Describe attendee experience when joining a networking table that has already reached its pre-defined limit.
  • Provide a use case for a hidden ticket type.
  • Understand the importance of using audience segmentation within your event promotion communication plan.
  • Explain the purpose of the Bevy Backstage experience, and provide best practices for sharing access with your speakers and team members.
  • Explain how presenter mode is enabled, and describe what options are available when an attendee accepts presenter mode.
  • Understand best practices for screen-sharing media with audio.
  • Explain how host mode is enabled, and describe what moderation options are available in this mode.
  • List the additional options available to add to the event page, after the event has ended.
  • Compare attendee count vs. check-ins.
  • Locate results of the post-event survey.