Starting in May, I’ll be firing up the in-person keynote activities, with events in Brussels, Atlanta, Key West and a few other places.
Even so, virtual events have not died; although people came to tire of Zoom sessions (two years is a long time!), many organizations are realizing that the ability to quickly bring a team together to cover some important issues will be crucial to their future success. That’s why my virtual broadcast studio continues to be a solid option. Learn more at https://virtual.jimcarroll.com
One client wanted to see a sample of my work, so I cut out a short little highlight clip from a keynote I gave last year for an agricultural company. In the clip, you can get a sense of what I do in the studio – – multiple different stage sets, multiple camera views, video running picture in picture for context, advancing scenes with a remote, text message polling updates in real-time, live Q&A. Full interactivity with rich, custom insight into key industry trends.
Intrigued? Here are a few full virtual keynotes that I’ve provided:
Really intrigued? Here are a few more clips to stir your interest!