The hybrid world is here to stay but is your audience? Use Jugo, the virtual event platform, to continually engage your remote audience.
No business can expand without mastering communication, transformation and innovation, however, this is often easier said than done. As we know, the remote working world has compounded communication and Covid-19 has compressed transformation expectations and innovation has become commonplace.
To effectively land our message today, we require an innovative virtual event platform that helps us to engage our audience no matter where they are. Jugo is the answer.
Jugo is a bespoke tool to help build better audience engagement and address a physical world in flux. We recognize the business challenges of today and we understand how to combat them. To do so, we’ve built an intuitive system that helps you to build immersive virtual events in minutes.
Experience matters. Use Jugo to deliver one that’s unforgettable.
However, we prefer to let the platform speak for itself. So, here’s a quick behind-the-scenes ‘How To’ of the basics of Jugo.
1. Creating a new Event
To begin your Jugo journey you’ll want to create a new event and set some of the key parameters in the Basic Info tab. Here, you can find simple settings like event name, summary and date, or activate more robust engagement options like privacy and interactivity. Whatever your needs, they can be set at the click of a button. When you’re happy with these settings, you’re ready to move onto the next step.
2. Adding an Event Agenda
To deliver a virtual event that sticks with attendees long after they’ve logged off, you should set an agenda. In the Agenda tab you can find all the information you’ll need to set the minute-to-minute details of your event. For example you can assign your speaker and upload the content that they’ll use to wow attendees. Essentially, this is where you set the backbone for your event.
3. Venue Branding
A great event starts with a great first impression and the Venue & Branding tab will be critical here. With this tool you can bolster the content of your summit with a look and feel all your own. For example, you can add your company logo as well as the color of the stage when you’re live.
Next, if you have any specifications to make in regard to registration, you’ll want to look at the Registration tab. Here, you can control the number of attendees your event will hold, as well as the closing date for registrations. Additionally, you can set optional form fields for potential attendees to fill out. Once you’re happy with this, you can preview your form to fine-tune your settings.
Dynamic virtual events depend on audience participation and with Jugo’s Poll tab, you can help encourage this. For example you can use polls to benchmark your progress against contemporaries. Likewise, you could look at some of the key themes effecting your industry today. Whatever your needs, this feature will prove invaluable.
The Insights tab puts you in control of all of the data surrounding your virtual event. Here, you can see an overview of the key statistics surfaced at the event, take advantage of chat trends and transcripts to reveal key insights and also look back at the Q&A and polls as they happened.
If at any stage, you need to edit your event, come to the Dashboard section. From here, you can jump back in and edit any of the specifications for your virtual event should circumstance change. Simple. Intuitive. Jugo.
No Jugo event is the same and by mastering these basic features you’ll be well placed to entice your audience and master the virtual event in 2022.
To learn more about how Jugo plugs into your objectives and helps to address the changing virtual world, check out how the virtual event platform can scale to your needs here.Back to resources