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  • Writer's pictureGert Vermaak

Back to the old world

Live events and in-person meetings are once again becoming a central part of our professional and personal lives. Audience engagement and interaction are more important than ever before, as they can help to foster a sense of community, deepen connections, and create memorable experiences.


Engagement is not limited to electronic devices either, a short stroll on Twitter shows that even there more people are engaging with communities online and getting opinions from various groups of people.


One of the key benefits of audience engagement and interaction is that it allows attendees to feel more connected to the event and to one another. When people are able to participate in discussions, ask questions, and share their ideas and perspectives, they are more likely to feel invested in the event and to walk away with a sense of fulfilment.


Another benefit of audience engagement and interaction is that it can help to build relationships. Live events are a great opportunity to interact and engage with others and are a key part of what makes live events so valuable.


In addition, audience engagement and interaction can help to create memorable experiences that last long after the event has ended.


Audience engagement and interaction can help to make live events more productive and effective. When attendees are able to ask questions, participate in discussions, and offer their insights, events are more likely to be thought-provoking, educational, and impactful.


By fostering a sense of community, building relationships, creating memorable experiences, and making events more productive and effective, these interactions are more important than ever before.


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