Virtual Summit Networking – better than in real life?
The SMU Steel Summit Virtual Conference will have a strong focus on networking, to facilitate business and to give you that human connection.
From the minute you enter the virtual venue you’ll be able to see everyone else who is there and can start networking and booking those all important meetings – here’s how.
How virtual networking will work:
How might virtual networking be better than in real life?
- Easily find who you want to network with – search by name, job title, company or keyword
- Easily find where people are in the venue with the click of a mouse
- Make new connections easily – no need to know what the person looks like to find them
- Connect and communicate your way – send an email, a message, a chat, or start a video call
- Meet in a group – you can have a group video chat with up to 5 of your fellow attendees – easily find and connect to all of them
- Request private meetings with one person or up to 25 participants
- Add your conference schedule/meetings to your Outlook calendar from the platform – ensuring no clashes with regular work commitments
- When watching a presentation you can see who is in the audience and communicate with them
- Wherever you are in the venue, you can interact with others quickly and easily, maximizing your time
- And more – we’ll share with you soon!
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