Approximately 1.8 million industry meetings and events are held annually in the United States, employing nearly 2 million individuals. This highlights the significance of industry events to corporate culture. As a result of COVID, the event industry has adopted a hybrid model, and virtual meetings and events have become essential to corporate America. In 2020, 48% of remote employees used video conferencing technology, which increased to 77% in 2022, and by 2025, 50% of all events may be held on virtual platforms. As the number of virtual meetings continues to increase, it is crucial that businesses learn how to balance them with in-person meetings. This article describes the benefits of both types of meetings and clarifies how to strike a balance between them.
Advantages of Remote Meetings: During the COVID-19 pandemic, remote meetings were advantageous because they allowed organizations and businesses to continue reaching their target audiences while minimizing the transmission of the disease.
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