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Help with a webcast


Dear all,

One of our directors has expressed an interest in supporting an on-line Q&A session on a couple of specific topics. I'd like this event to be a resounding success so would really appreciate your help on two fronts:

- Any software that you have used and found to be cost-effective, easy to use etc.

- Your experiences of running this sort of thing and any tips and hints you'd give to help it run smoothly.

Thanks in advance,


One Response

  1. Webex

    Hi Sophie

    I use Lync but Webex is as good as any and easily available.

    My suggestion is you sign up (free) to and register for their on-line webinar sessions. 

    They are experts at delivering on line conferences and meetings and you will learn a lot from them. It isn't hard but to do it successfully it is a lot harder than you might think.

    Good luck





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