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What We Learned Hosting a Fully Virtual Summit for 1,300+ People

Mac Reddin

Last week our team brought together over 1,300 of the world's top community builders from organizations like Twilio, Reddit, Zendesk, YCombinator, and On Deck, for a two-day, fully-virtual event.

Numerous people have since reached out and asked us what we did to make the event such a success. While it's always challenging to look back and precisely pinpoint why something went well – especially when many factors are at play – we are excited to share the following collection of thoughts and processes that we believe positively impacted our virtual summit.

First, some numbers:

We had 1,342 total RSVPs, of which...

Last week our team brought together over 1,300 of the world's top community builders from organizations like Twilio, Reddit, Zendesk, YCombinator, and On Deck, for a two-day, fully-virtual event.

Numerous people have since reached out and asked us what we did to make the event such a success. While it's always challenging to look back and precisely pinpoint why something went well – especially when many factors are at play – we are excited to share the following collection of thoughts and processes that we believe positively impacted our virtual summit.

First, some numbers:

We had 1,342 total RSVPs, of which...

Last week our team brought together over 1,300 of the world's top community builders from organizations like Twilio, Reddit, Zendesk, YCombinator, and On Deck, for a two-day, fully-virtual event.

Numerous people have since reached out and asked us what we did to make the event such a success. While it's always challenging to look back and precisely pinpoint why something went well – especially when many factors are at play – we are excited to share the following collection of thoughts and processes that we believe positively impacted our virtual summit.

First, some numbers:

We had 1,342 total RSVPs, of which...