Monday, July 6, 2020

Virtual business scene: RSViP take their 12th birthday celebrations online

Last week RSViP Business Networking Agency took their 12th Anniversary event online.

Cue six speakers, add over fifty participants and a drinking game throughout to the tune of Stevie Wonder’s ‘Happy Birthday‘.

Covering the topic of ‘Maintaining business relationships at a distance & in times of crisis’,  six marketeers – Matt Davies, Paul Chapman, Victoria Taylor, Mark Platt, Caroline Micallef-Wragg, Misch Fretwell – shared their expertise with a live Q&A thrown in the mix.

The event continued RSViP’s Keep Calm & Carry On Digitally! series.

Founder of RSViP, Fiona Duncan Steer, says of the online events: “This was a real ground-breaker for us, given we have made a name for ourselves through 12 years of tangible events, encouraging face to face, in-person business activity and to then take what we know and to adapt our model to fit into a virtual world was a challenge, but I’m immensely pleased with the results we are seeing so far and the support of our members and speakers throughout has been extremely humbling.”

See the online event in photos by Steve Edwards Photography and Photography by Gem below:

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