I am too often surprised when I see a setup like this.
Why do meeting planners put up with bad decisions from venues? Certainly everyone in this meeting knows they can't see the face of the presenter, the props or award winners brought to stage.
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Why do venues continue to falsely promote room capacity specs? The answer is in why does a car dealer steer you to one particular car that does not represent what you asked for.
THAT IS ALL THEY HAVE TO SELL
Meeting planners need help to demand competitive rates from venues, on AV, video, audio and staging, along with a fair price for power, rigging and internet.
Of course you can move about, but avoid predictable, repetitive motion, or you’ll lose your audience every time. Those watching video IMAG of you will be distracted by the graphics passing back-and-forth behind your head.
Doctor, lawyer, engineer - do they look critically at work done by others? #AudienceAdvocate recent experiences.
Don't be misled by sales person reporting "everyone loves this layout." Of course they only have limited space to sell and you don't get to see it in action.
Avoid pitfalls of bad webinars. Prepare with special consideration of the medium and and the message.