Host virtual events while live streaming to Facebook and YouTube, plus allow attendees to join you on "stage"
Offer event participants face-to face networking opportunities with digital tables that they can join or leave at their leisure
Best for: Event organizers, webinar hosts, and community builders looking to create engaging virtual events and monetize content
Networking is what really sets Airmeet apart from the competition.
Participants will have access to a social lounge that features virtual tables of up to 8 members, plus the host.
You can join any table you like, with the option to switch between tables at your discretion (like when someone starts talking about baby showers).
There’s also a speed networking lobby where participants are matched for quick conversations of one to five minutes, creating an easy ice-breaker for larger events.
Airmeet’s tables act as mini-conferences within the larger event.
Anyone at the table can screen share, text chat, and hang out in more personal groups to foster genuine connections.
It’s a great way to separate into break-out groups or talk about specific topics to hone in on what’s important to your participants.
With Airmeet, keynote speakers can broadcast from the virtual live stage.
The live stage offers not only public chat, questions, and upvotes, but also lets participants raise their digital hand and join the speakers onstage themselves, once approved.
The host can also invite any of the participants to the stage and designate them as a speaker, with all the same privileges as the other speakers.
Plus, emoji reactions from the audience let you know how you’re doing (i.e. whether that Arthur reference landed).
Airmeet brings the thrill (and usefulness) of a virtual arena with the ability to set up exhibitor booths for your partners and sponsors.
Event partners and sponsors can create their own fully-branded virtual booth to showcase their brand videos, add downloadable resources, share contact info, plus accept inbound interest through an "I'm interested" CTA.
Booths also include virtual tables for representatives to have direct conversations with the participants who visit your exhibitor's booths. (“How do I become as cool as you?”)
Of course, Airmeet makes it easy to set up your event with its intuitive interface.
The dashboard lets you manage registration, integrate with social streaming services, add sponsor branding, and more.
Everything is laid out with simple formatting to get you set up to run your first event in no time!
Don’t leave participants wondering if this live event could have been a YouTube video (the new “Could this meeting have been an email?”).
Airmeet gives you a versatile digital platform to host interactive events that actually keep participants engaged, plus lets them network and build bonds for a fulfilling experience.
Your next successful event is waiting.
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Deal of the Year!
I've really been eyeing up Remo for a long time, but they think really highly of themselves and have just insane pricing. Now along comes Airtable as an LTD on Newly Launched SwipeGeeks. Along with HeySummit, a previous LTD here, this can be an awesome combination for online summits since HeySummit integrates directly with Airtable, so that fills both the networking slot and the summit slot for me - well worth the investment in three codes. I've done some testing of both the meeting and conference features and have been pretty pleased with both. That said, and while I am giving this five tacos, nothing is perfect and there is definitely room for improvement in a few areas:
1.) The payment processing system does not seem to be in place yet, or else I cannot see how to set up registration with payment processing through AirTable. There should be registration setups for not only attendees but also sponsors at their respective tiers, and exhibitors, in the case of conferences with exhibit halls. Sponsors should get a number of tickets included depending on their sponsorship level and exhibitors should probably get at least 2 tickets. I do not presently see anything like that. I can use an outside registration system via HeySummit or other options, but transferring registration data back and forth manually via CSV files is a pain.
2.) For the exhibit hall, each booth should have an assigned booth representative (more than one would be nice). As it is, anyone could go to your company's exhibit booth and claim to be you, so competitors could conceivably engage in nefarious activity. A list of approved vendor representatives (via email address) per booth could easily be designated during the booth set up process in Airtable.
3.) Other than HeySummit, it does not appear to have any direct integrations. I use ConvertKit for my email marketing services, so something like a ConvertKit integration would be great. As it is, you need to import/export lists via CSV, which is clunky and time-consuming, at best.
4.) There does not appear to be any way to get your session recordings from your dashboard. Apparently, you need to request the recordings directly from Airtable support. This is very inconvenient and I do not see how it will be sustainable if Airtable continues to grow, which means it might take quite a while to get your session recordings.
All that said, based on my testing and hoped-for improvements, Airtable looks to be an excellent addition to my stable of online summit tools. It really is the best deal this year on SwipeGeeks.