What is a Virtual Summit?
A virtual summit is a type of event which is delivered entirely through a virtual platform which has various features enabling delegates to view live sessions, participate in polls, ask questions and meet each other virtually.
How can I network with other attendees?
Delegates will have access to the Virtual Event Platform 2 weeks prior to the event in order to make the most of the networking functions available. Once the Virtual Platform is live, delegates can follow instructions to set up their profile, find other delegates, send messages and meeting requests. Delegate conversations can take place during Roundtable discussions, or privately via calls, video calls and live chats. Delegates can chose to share their personal information including email, social channels etc. in order to expand their network and continue the discussions after the event.
Is the event taking place in London and will it be streamed live?
There will be no physical event taking place this year. All speakers, sponsors and delegates will be connected remotely to the virtual platform where the event will take place. Sessions will take place via live video stream connecting the speakers to each other and to the audience.
Will the recordings be made available after the event?
Yes, all attendees will be sent the full recordings of the two-day conference.
Can I share the recording with anyone after the event?
No, you are not allowed to publish or share the recordings from the Summit with third parties.
What technology do I need to attend this event?
To participate in the event, you will need:
- a computer or mobile phone
- stable Wi-Fi network
- functioning audio and video functions
How do I log into the Virtual Platform on the day of the event?
Once registered, delegates will receive an email will the Summit’s latest information and instructions on how to log into the Virtual Platform. Delegates will use the same email as the one used to register to the event.