Having hosted over a million attendees, Gevme’s new, all-in-one, omnichannel events platform featuring their flagship Virtual Event Builder 2.0.

Growing, engaging and monetising your audience has just been made easier with the launch of Gevme’s new omnichannel event platform: an all-in-one solution that enables organisations to meet their audience where they are, across different channels.

The omnichannel event (r)evolution

The event industry experienced a major transformation over the past two and a half years. Having hosted over one million event attendees thus far, virtual event platform Gevme has seen first-hand the (forced) shift to virtual during the pandemic.

With global regulations easing and the reopening of economies, event professionals are revisiting their event strategy. However, there is still a lot of uncertainty about what format of events to invest in moving forward. Event professionals are now questioning whether they should go back to physical events exclusively, given the appetite for people to connect in-person again, or stick to virtual events with increased reach and lower cost.

Gevme believes that there are no easy answers to these complex questions. No one set format is going to dominate this new era of events. Not even the much-touted hybrid event format. The future of events will be physical, virtual, hybrid, metaverse, and everything in between. Therefore, the best approach to hosting events is an omnichannel one.

“Attendees today have new expectations, and they desire to experience events on their own terms and across different channels. Unfortunately, organisations that don’t adapt to these changes will likely be left behind with unconnected events and impersonal experiences. On the flipside, those that will likely succeed are the ones putting their audience at the centre of their strategy by adopting an omnichannel event strategy and building communities around their events. They complement their annual face-to-face events with digital experiences all year round,” says Veemal Gungadin, founder and CEO of Gevme.

Introducing Gevme’s omnichannel event platform

The expectation for businesses to offer multiple channels and options for customers will only continue to rise. Companies without strong omnichannel customer engagement strategies are bound to get left behind.

However, an omnichannel strategy brings its own difficulties – from analytics to logistics to falling short of customers’ expectations. As such, Gevme has launched its new omnichannel event platform: an integrated solution enabling event organisers to grow, engage and monetise their audience through events.

The new platform helps organisations develop a robust omnichannel strategy by streamlining the event management processes. From one platform, they can run all their internal and external events, no matter the format.

Equipped with a plethora of tightly integrated apps ranging from attendee management to virtual event builder and data analytics, the Gevme platform presents a one-stop solution to turn any event idea into reality. Businesses can redirect their focus to catering for their audience’s needs rather than dealing with disjointed solutions that limit their creativity.

Introducing Virtual Event Builder 2.0

A year ago, Gevme launched their Virtual Event Builder:  a revolutionary way of building fully customised virtual experiences – without any code. Essentially, the Virtual Event Builder made it easy for anyone to turn its virtual event ideas into reality through a simple visual interface.

Since then, it has been used by the world’s largest FinTech festival and leading organisations such as IBM, Johnson & Johnson, GPJ and Kellogg’s to create unique virtual experiences for their audience. It has also been featured extensively in the media and by partners like Amazon Web Services.

With the Virtual Event Builder 2.0, it has become even easier for event professionals to build custom virtual experiences in minutes.

Gevme’s Virtual Event Builder now includes an Experience Marketplace where event organisers can choose from various 2D or 3D templates for all sorts of events – conferences, webinars, career fairs, town halls – you name it, they’ve got it. Event organisers can further customise the experience they selected using their visual editor, allowing them to create unique virtual experiences for every event.

With Virtual Event Builder 2.0, Gevme hopes to democratise further the ability for organisers to build unique virtual experiences for people to connect.

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