As we near the Christmas this year we're going to see a lot of event suppliers throwing all sorts of 'virtual events' at people. Unfortunately, no matter how much you ramp up the social media posts and instagram videos, like most things in 2020, Christmas is cancelled. It's Not going to happen in a form that would be profitable for many.
Another honest, harsh truth coming up and this will upset a fair few people I expect...
Corporate entertainment acts are crap. (mostly)
They're crap when you're a guest watching them live at an event (but at least you're in a room full of drunk friends or colleagues) - but why would anyone want to see them in a virtual world?
Sticking a fire-eating-stilt-walking man dressed in silver Spandex and twirling glow in the dark hula hoops on a camera in front of a large LCD screen with graphics all over it and selling this in as an add on to your company Zoom meeting is just as bad as it was in 'real life'. It's, in all honesty garbage. What's the point? Slapping the company logo on the background?