Date : 12/13/2019 - 14:26
A webinar allows organizations to have a dialogue with participants for an average of 55 minutes.
Brussels - 17 January 2018 - The first professional webinars studio opens today in Brussels. It is located at 1, Rue du Marquis, 1000 Brussels, in the lobby of the Marquis building.
Webinars are increasingly used by companies and organisations to communicate in real time with their employees, customers, prospects and other stakeholders. A webinar is an event that can be followed via the Internet, during which the audience can participate in surveys, chats and polls. Thanks to interaction, the average length of participation is up to 55 minutes, according to an international study. Webinars are becoming an increasingly popular way to communicate in an interactive and personal way, especially in the field of lead generation, content marketing, internal communication or training.
As a result, the demand for professional webinars, presented in a TV style, is growing steadily. This new studio, which is an initiative of Company Webcast, a subsidiary of Euronext Corporate Services, aims to meet this need.
Olaf Lawerman, Managing Director of Company Webcast: "Brussels is our fourth site with a professional webinar studio. Furthermore, we already have a large portfolio of clients in Belgium, including companies such as Keytrade and Zoetis. There is a real demand in Belgium for professional and simultaneous communication for groups of a hundred or even a thousand participants. In the Netherlands, we already have three studios and will launch studio webinars in Paris during the course of the year. The combination of professional recording equipment with our webinar platform puts us in a unique position to help companies and organisations engage with their employees, customers or prospects using technology that meets international standards".
The studio was inaugurated last night during the Euronext and Guberna New Year ceremony by Vincent Van Dessel, CEO of Euronext Brussels. Alexander de Croo, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister in charge of the Digital Agenda, also gifted a first webinar to one of the Euronext Awards Ceremony winners.