Chris Cherian the CEO of Gatherly, a spatial video chat platform designed to provide seamless virtual networking events. He is also a senior at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania studying Finance and Management. When he’s not working, he enjoys playing with his Goldendoodle, Gatsby, fishing, and rooting for the Atlanta Falcons (no matter the score!).
- How virtual events are creating opportunities for leaders to engage and build community during the pandemic.
- How can you ensure that everyone feels equally engaged and valued when you’re running an event comprising both in-person and virtual audiences?
- What are the top (3-5) ways to ensure you’re going to be successful at creating this equal engagement and successful outcomes from your hybrid events?
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Gatherly featured by Forbes: This Virtual Events Startup Is Tackling ‘Zoom Fatigue’ One Meeting At A Time
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