Webinars, live streams and video conferences: Running a business remotely

While we are all dealing with coronavirus travel restrictions, it’s even more important to know how to interact with colleagues, clients and customers online. This tutorial gives you an insight into what’s possible and how you set about doing it.

Online Tutorial

49 min read

3 chapters

Crisis Management, COVID-19, Remote working

Introduction

There are many tools available to allow you to communicate with people online, whether you are trying to run a workshop, hold a meeting, inform people or help them solve a problem. Many of these digital tools are easy to use and offer some powerful facilities. This tutorial will introduce you to;

  • What webinars, live streams and video conferences are
  • Case studies and examples
  • An overview of the tools and platforms currently available

DigitalBoost is funded by Digital Scotland and delivered by Business Gateway.

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