VIRTUAL EVENTS GROUP

PLATFORMS

What

is a Platform?

A platform is capable of holding a full virtual event from soup to nuts including registration and metrics. The benefits of a platform solution are that the pieces are all there for you. The downside is that that they tend to look somewhat vanilla. If you want to do special things on your platform look carefully at its integration capabilities.

VConfEx

VConfEx

RATING: 4.9/5  Helping companies organize online demonstrations for product showcasing, Vconfex is strong at replicating physical booths to ...
vFAIRS

vFAIRS

RATING: 4.8/5  vFairs specializes in delivering online job fairs, trade shows and conferences. Users can provide fully branded experiences ...
vsummit

vsummit

RATING: N/A  This concierge service for large groups is best suited to host corporate training events, classrooms and trade shows. Plans ...
WebinarJam

WebinarJam

RATING: 4.0/5  "While WebinarJam is for creating live webinars (that you can always rebroadcast), EverWebinar is for publishing ...
Webinar Ninja

Webinar Ninja

RATING: 3.2/5  This platform allows users to host live, automated, series or hybrid webinars. On the “My Webinars” page you’re able to ...
Welcome

Welcome

RATING: N/A  Unlike other virtual event services where users host one-off events, Welcome is targeting enterprise customers for annual ...
Whova

Whova

RATING: 4.4/5  The highly interactive and productive event management and logistics solution allows users to host networking events, ...
Wonder

Wonder

RATING: 4.3/5  Wonder is a relative newcomer to the world of virtual events but it does some things quite well. The “wonder” of the ...
WorkCast

WorkCast

RATING: 4.0/5  A virtual platform best suiting companies in sales, marketing, management, property leasing, stock brokers and investment ...
Zoom

Zoom

RATING: 4.5/5  This extremely popular video conferencing platform works for everyone from families to small businesses to large ...