Webinar: When Bad Video Happens to Good People


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Nowadays, video communication is part of our daily lives, and so, seemingly, are bad video experiences.  Whether it’s a video call for work or a Skype call with friends and family, we’ve all endured  subpar experiences. Sometimes it’s the camera, other times s it may t be the lighting, or maybe it’s a bad network  connection… either way, we all know what lousy  video calls look like. And with video conferencing and chat on the rise, we’re likely to experience it that much more. The good news is that many of these video snafus are avoidable.

Knowing how prevalent video chat is in our personal lives, it’s probably no surprise that the Video-as-a-Service (VaaS) market is expected to grow 400% by 2021. With video on the rise, the opportunity to showcase yourself and others is better than ever.  But are you prepared? Do you know the tips and tricks for optimizing that video experience? And why should you care?

It’s no secret that video conferencing improves team collaboration, reduces costs, and fosters better working relationships. But did you know that video also helps create high-performance  teams? Or that sales and support leaders s who use face-to-face interactions often achieve  higher productivity, win more business, and have better relationships with customers? The time has come to put the power of video to full use in differentiating your and your organization.

Learn how by tuning into our upcoming webinar featuring David Maldow, founder of Let’s Do Video, Greg Holmes of Zoom, and video conferencing industry vet Joan Vandermate from Logitech. This webinar will discuss how to  easily and confidently join the video revolution by highlighting key fundamentals that can make you a Video Ninja.

We’ll cover topics like:

  1. Managing a video meeting
  2. Investing in the right setup
  3. Using the newest tools and technologies
  4. Implementing tricks and tips that the pros use


You can access the replay here.

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