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June 03, 2010
The Show Goes Virtual
By Joerg Rathenberg
The days of the traditional trade show are numbered. Virtual event technologies, together with the new economic climate are changing the playing field. Thanks to web-based virtual environments, people are now able to participate in the same product launches, networking events and conferences they did before but now from the comfort of their desk.

Virtual events have come a long way in the past ten years, when the first virtual environments started to gain traction. Now, large and small companies are quickly adopting the new technology to save budget, increase reach and stay connected with their audiences. Today, anything from large customer events, industry conferences, corporate meetings and training, job hunting and much more, takes place in virtual environments on the internet.

What are some of the latest developments in the virtual event and environment space?

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