Publishing Industry Thought Leaders Head Up Free Virtual Event on the Future of Digital Content
The virtual show environment is essentially a visual depiction of an expo center rendered on attendees' computer screens via their Web browsers. They can visit the information booth or the exhibit hall to browse and chat with leading vendors, or enter the auditorium to attend educational sessions. "Among the best benefits of a virtual show, in my opinion, is that, in most sessions, attendees can ask the speakers questions, and they can also see who else is attending the show and can 'chat' (via instant messages) with any attendees privately," notes Skodzinski. "There's also a networking lounge where they can participate in group discussions, and they can exchange virtual business cards to keep in touch after the show."
Save the date-Thurs., Sept. 16-for the free Publishing Business Virtual Conference "Digital Content Day @ Your Desk." Registration opens in July; visit PublishingBusiness.com in a few weeks for registration information.
For information on sponsoring or exhibiting at the Publishing Business Virtual Conference, contact: Drew James, associate publisher, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-238-5473.