If your company positioned itself as a thought leader on key industry topics, what value would it bring?
When webinars are done well and provide information of value, they build trust and earn business. Producing webinars, though, involves the challenge of creating compelling content, recruiting speakers and driving registrations.
With WATT Global Media webinars, you can:
The most common types of webinars are below - contact your sales manager to discuss your webinar program vision.
Two types of webinars are available:
Contact your WATT Global Media Sales Manager for details and pricing information. Materials needed 30 days prior to the project start date.
WATT Global Media will prepare and execute a multi-channel registration development campaign. Here is what we need 6 weeks in advance of the webinar to start to develop the promotional campaign:
Best practice reference (Example)
(1) webinar registration question that every webinar attendee must answer
(1) in-webinar poll question – presented by our moderator during the webinar (optional to answer)
(1) post-webinar survey question that is sent to the webinar attendees (optional to answer)
Customer will decide style of webinar presentation, usually selecting one company employee as presenter along with an academia or end user presenter. While WATT Global Media can recommend presenters and broker introductions the customer is ultimately responsible to secure an available broadcast date, coordinate calendars and pay honrariums (if needed).
The customer is also responsible for preparing individual and/or collective PowerPoint slide presentations, supplying them to WATT Global Media approximately 1 week prior to the live broadcast date. Have your team prepare for a 1-hour presentation.
If your company is producing your own webinars, WATT Global Media offers packages to drive additional registrations for your live or on-demand broadcast. Contact your WATT Sales Manager to learn more.
57% of agrifood professionals surveyed rely on Webinars as a source of information to do their job