Virtual Speakers: Improved Service for a New World During and After Coronavirus

Since the emergence of the Coronavirus in March (2020), we have been working with speakers to bring their work online as virtual speakers in the most professional way.

We have cast-off this time to develop a virtual voice delivery model that is as seamless as technology allows. To add to this, we have already published a guide to help speakers create a professional home copy studio at a relatively low cost.

Participating employees. Above all, the virtual speaker delivery is easy to set up, test, and when set up correctly, surprisingly good. It’s also much less expensive than hosting a traditional conference, which involves room rental, stage production, event management, branding, travel, and downtime expenses. As people become more familiar with video conferencing platforms, they will evolve faster and become much more widely used.


We have put together our information, including customer feedback and our assessment of how Internet video conferencing works. Are also closely monitor how the session was prepared and the speaker’s participation to assist in this process.

We have chosen speakers from Europe and other regions we work with and have listed our top 20 virtual speakers that we recommend and do well.

Our list of the top 20 virtual keynote speakers

Is far from conclusive, and these names will change as more speakers become more familiar with the system requirements. Most speakers should deliver high-quality professional virtual speeches from remote locations to hundreds of users online. Our role is to assist in this process.

Organizations can deliver much more incredible speaker sessions to their audiences than they would before pre-Coronavirus. In the long term, we look forward to the return of traditional conferences and their integration into a newly evolved world with multiple virtual speaker events on the web.

Example: Sir Clive Woodward

Our recommended virtual speaker solution involves a short, focused presentation or focused Q&A by a known and proven expert in a field. Relevant to the business unit.

For example, in writing this post, we tested Sir Clive Woodward, former England Rugby World Cup 2003 coach, and he prepared today for a live session on leadership delivered to a technology client later that day.

Clive is a recognized expert in leadership, change management, and high performance. He started his @hivelearning business in 2012 to harness the power of mobile phone. Technology to deliver ongoing and successful leadership programs.

Since Clive makes many television commentaries about rugby, speaking with a camera rather than an audience comes naturally.

There are well-known international circuit speakers who do not feel comfortable speaking in front of. A camera for an extended period without feedback or interaction with the audience.

“There are a lot of well-known speakers who don’t like and don’t want to act as virtual speakers. Therefore, it is worth request this question at the beginning of the discussion. ”

For most established speakers

who speak without an audience, interaction is a new skill. It offers speakers a new challenge, but one that they can adapt to with little effort.

Influence people’s lives?

There are also many innovative ways to use video conferencing. Yesterday we saw this fascinating virtual collaboration through Zoom between sales keynote speaker Frank Furness and Grammy nominee Freddie Ravel of Earth, Wind & Fire, Santana and more. Honest was in his studio in London, and Freddie was at his keyboard in Los Angeles. It was an excellent live production with a lot of audience participation.