StreamGeeks Publish Guide for Event Planners Who Want to Host Private Live Streams, Virtual Events

Mark Hostutler
By
Paul Richards

At a time when events are being canceled all around the world, Paul Richards, the Chief Streaming Officer of the West Chester-based StreamGeeks, has published a book that may be able to help.

Richards has been working nights and weekends over the past few months to finish The Virtual Ticket, a guide for event planners who want to host private live streams and virtual events. The project had already taken him three years to write, but when South by Southwest – a film festival in Austin, Texas – was canceled this month, Richards went into writing overdrive.

In an effort to help businesses in Chester and Montgomery counties, the StreamGeeks are offering to ship the book free of charge to any business that has events affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Businesses can request a free copy by clicking here.

The Virtual Ticket is for anyone who wants to host next-level engaging experiences for online attendees. Richards outlines case studies from innovative event planners who have partnered with the StreamGeeks to diversify their revenue streams with virtual ticket sales.

Whether you are a business, sports team, nonprofit, event venue, or a garage band, this book includes everything you need to know about planning live streams that provide audiences with experiences worth paying for. Adding a virtual ticket option for your next event does more than increase profits.

Click here to learn more about the StreamGeeks.

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