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Webinar: Hybrid Events Without Breaking The Bank

FREE WEBINAR: Hybrid events are costly, hybrid events are hard to handle and they require lots of technical infrastructures. WRONG! In this webinar, we’ll show you how to create a complete hybrid event just by using your smartphone and free software. Tune in.

So many organizers shy away from doing their own virtual event because they believe they cannot handle it even though without knowing it, they carry their own video studio in their pocket. You can host your hybrid event with a small budget and without having to hire a crew to handle everything.

Peter Poehle, Boothted’s CEO has a large experience in producing live streams for events and is thrilled by the possibilities today’s smartphones offer.

Our upcoming webinar “Hybrid events without breaking the bank” will take place on May 26, 2021

  • 12 pm PST
  • 3 pm EST
  • 8 pm BST
  • 9 pm CEST
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About the speaker:

Peter Poehle, Boothted.com

Peter Poehle is a serial entrepreneur, running both Boothted and SponsorMyEvent as well as media65, a video-production company.

In 2020 Peter and his co-founder launched Boothted, a highly branded and modular platform for virtual and hybrid events and presentations.

Skilled in event-sponsorship strategies and virtual-event strategies, Peter consults event organizers with their strategy and technical implementation of their events.

Peter worked on a large number of event-related projects both in the European-Union, North- and South-America.

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