The global pandemic has restricted and eliminated the in-person experiences the hospitality industry relies upon to survive. Many are turning to virtual events as a way to continue to engage their customers and create new revenue streams. A successful virtual event can open up a geographic market far beyond a local customer base, while offering the same intimate experience to every single person, whether the audience is 10 or 100,000. On this episode of The Big Food Question, Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi answers the question, How do you produce successful virtual events? With expert advice from David Bengali theatre and media production designer, Belinda Chang sommelier, and Kristin Madden, Vice President of Bowen & Company.
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