Due to the pandemic, nobody should be a stranger to hosting virtual meetings or events, but when did accepting a lower standard become the “new norm?” To truly inspire your mobile workforce, events held in a Hybrid Workplace need to uphold the same level of experience for remote participants as they would in-person.
Whether it's an All-Hands intercompany meeting, shareholder's AGM, company training, Sales Kick-Off, CEO's address or any other event - in-person event standards do not need to be compromised because it's a virtual event. From custom, branded backgrounds, graphics and layouts to coaching, troubleshooting and full event management before, during and after your event - let us show you how we make this a highly successful event.
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There’s a reason that Yorktel’s customers and employees have stayed with us for more than 35 years. Our core expertise in video communications is in our roots, not an add-on service – making us a trusted partner not only to our clients, but also to our channel partners who sought a team that really gets the intricacies and impact of video.
The world’s largest enterprises and federal government agencies rely on us to take them through their visual collaboration journeys, from initial consult and design to integration and managed services. Our numerous industry awards and certifications, including the international standard for information security management, ISO 27001 are testament to our commitment to excellence.
Our goal is to enable and facilitate collaboration – person to person regardless of device or location.
In these case studies, discover how 3 organizations have been able to transform their in-person events to impactful Virtual Events.
In this overview, discover how Yorktel Media Services is perfect to run events for all of your Hybrid Workforce.
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