Did you know that you can seamlessly deliver a world-class event, virtually, using Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars? The two solutions can support a variety of engaging and interactive online events, but there are a few key differences when using Zoom for meetings and Zoom for webinars. Meetings are for connecting a group of people for two-way discussion and collaboration.
Meetings are best for group collaboration, team meetings, sales demos, online learning and trainings, and office hours. Meetings allow all participants to easily interact and share with each other and the host. Webinars are best for presenting to a large audience where the host wants more control over the experience and audience members join without their audio or video turned on. The focus for webinars is on the presenter or panelists. The audience joins to listen and learn and then ask questions at the end. Zoom Video Webinars supports large internal and external events, such as company all-hands, city council meetings, product announcements, customer conferences, concerts and even religious gatherings. This side-by-side comparison helps break down when to use paid meetings features versus webinars.
We would love to discuss more and brainstorm some solutions for how Zoom can make the most out of your office space.
A few reasons or advantages to purchase Zoom products from a partner:
1. Very competitive end-user pricing.
2. High initial discounts make it financially interesting even for small businesses.
3. An aggressive discount program for Government, Schools, and Charities.