7 Companies Hosting Great Virtual Conferences

In April 2020, I attended the two-hour special “ACM Presents: Our Country”. In my pajamas with a bowl of popcorn, I was able to watch Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, and Florida Georgia Line perform from their own living rooms.

And, while the show didn’t have the same top-notch special effects as past country awards shows, it still managed to deliver exactly what I wanted: live country music.

In 2020, many companies have needed to pivot to virtual conferences. HubSpot is no exception — for the first time in nine years, INBOUND, an event hosted by HubSpot, will not be held in-person. Instead, it will be a two-day immersive online experience.

More than likely, we’ll continue to see a rise in virtual conferences over the coming years. It makes sense: Virtual conferences enable you to lower set-up costs as well as cost of admission, and increases the opportunity for people across the globe to attend.

Whether you’re planning on pivoting your own in-person conference to a virtual experience, or simply want to attend a virtual conference in 2020, you’re in luck.

Here, we’ve cultivated a list of seven companies hosting amazing virtual conferences. Best of all, these examples range in size from 50,000 attendees to a few hundred, so you can find inspiration regardless of your budget.

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1. SaaStr Annual

SaaStr Annual is the largest SaaS conference in the world, with over 50,000 SaaS executives, founders, and VCs in attendance. This September, SaaStr will still happen virtually, with over 200 live, handcrafted sessions and featured speakers ranging from Founder and CEO of Zoom to Chief Technology Officer at Shopify.

The immersive experience will include speakers, AMAs, mentoring sessions, and one-on-ones with SaaS CEOs and leaders across the globe, with the goal of helping attendees scale their businesses faster. And, despite being virtual, the conference will still include opportunities to network and learn from peers in the industry.

Fortunately, attending a virtual conference is much cheaper than attending in-person (especially since your company doesn’t also have to pay for travel expenses). In fact, you can attend SaaStr’s event for free with a two-day digital pass to access select live content.

Alternatively, you might purchase the VIP Startup Founders & Execs Pass, or the Investor Pass, for full access and opportunities for networking and mentorship.
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