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Deliver Your Best

A man using a cell phone to record a presentation.

Once you’ve got your content strategy nailed down and you’ve crafted your presentation, it’s important to get prepared to deliver. When it comes to presenting, authenticity wins the day. Whether live or pre-recorded, you need to be comfortable enough with the technology to ensure that you can put all of your energy into delivering a great experience for your audience.

While there are some differences in how to capture live versus pre-recorded videos, there are many simple things that you can do to prepare yourself as a presenter. From choosing a good location and properly setting up your notes to having a glass of water at the ready, cutting down your distractions can help you relax and be yourself.

Depending on the complexity of your event, you may want to consider using a production partner to produce the show. As a design agency, we’ve seen the difference it can make when we’ve been able to hand off our designed files to a team that can manage the stream and make sure that everything goes according to plan. Not only can a producer open the door to other event capabilities, but they can also take a lot of pressure off your event team so that they can focus on other aspects of the event.

There are so many other ways to ensure that you deliver the best audience experience. Check out our virtual event guide to learn more about the insights we’ve gained over the years.





Brent Rutter
Brent Rutter