Retirement and pension programs are important events for individuals to learn about their benefits and future plans. With the advancement of technology, virtual events have become increasingly popular as they provide an efficient and accessible way to host these programs. However, it is important to ensure that these virtual events are accessible to all participants, including those with disabilities. In this blog post, we will discuss the importance of accessibility and provide tips to ensure that all participants can fully engage in state retirement and pension program virtual events.
Reach a larger Audience: the benefits of hosting online events for state pension and retirement programs
State pension and retirement programs play a critical role in providing financial security and peace of mind to millions of Americans. Consider the benefits of virtual events for your program.
State pension and retirement programs play a critical role in providing financial security and peace of mind to millions of Americans. Consider the cost-saving benefits of virtual events for your program.
The incorporation of virtual environments and events is an affordable method of bringing your campus together and even connecting your online students to your in-person students.
Now that virtual events and webinars have become part of the norm, we should take a look at some etiquette for attendees to practice when they take part in a virtual event or webinar.
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We previously shared some pre-event tips that can help you have a successful virtual event as well as useful planning tips for identifying your event goals. We want to continue that conversation, as that is only part of the virtual event planning journey.