Virtual Conference Made Simple and Interactive
Streaming, video replay, attendee engagement & networking — everything you need
All your session streams and recorded videos in one place
Protected accesses available only for your registered attendees
Accessible on phones, tablets or laptops, anywhere anytime.
Engage audiences with various online tools including live polls, session Q&A, surveys, session feedback, discussion board, and more
Notify attendees about any important updates via push notifications on their phones
Triple survey/poll response rate with in-app gamification
Help attendees make new connections with attendee profiles, match-making, icebreaking, and virtual meet-ups
Private chats to foster deeper connection
Active community board to discuss common topics and share photos, articles and tips
Virtual business card exchange to enable future communication
Great ROI for sponsors and exhibitors
Showcase your sponsors and exhibitors online with sponsor banners throughout the app, interactive virtual exhibitor halls, lead retrieving tools, company profiles and videos, exhibitor coupons, online raffles, and passport/stamp gamification.
Ensure great ROI even they are not physically in their booth!
Widely Adopted by Events Going Virtual
|2020 Innovations in Healthcare Digital Forum|
|Fair Trade Campaigns National Conference 2020|
|IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging|
Hopefully this crisis (COVID-19 outbreak) makes every government agency, company and NGO get set up to do nearly every meeting and conference remotely…
Webinar and online conference software is OK but has some way to go before it can really rival face to face meetings – on the other hand, some of the digital conferencing apps like Whova are really effective ways to make rapid connections with attendees (virtually) who have shared interests that you wouldn’t know about if you (used to) relied on bumping into them over the morning tea break.
Admittedly, I was curious how a huge conference could be done virtually, but I am BLOWN AWAY by how wonderful day 1 was of @wlcglobal‘s #WomenLeadChange. My day has been brought to you by @WhovaSupport, @MicrosoftTeams, + @lacroixwater. Love connecting in new ways. Bravo!
— Katy Brown (@ItsMeKatyB) April 7, 2020
I’m not familiar with this stuff. Whova is an example of an app that’s a complement to in-person conferences.
— Jennifer Polk, PhD (@FromPhDtoLife) March 20, 2020
Though I’m sad to not meet these families in person, I’m thrilled to still be attending this conference (hosted by Birmingham Homeschoolers Community) virtually via the Whova app to promote the upcoming Birmingham Homeschool Cotillion & Birmingham Cotillion…Tara Rasheta