Here’s a Virtual Conference Example, where The Medical Student Association Of India collaborated with Samaaro to host the National General Assembly 2021. It the first, largest, nationally and internationally represented, non-government organization of medical students from across India.
The National General Assembly is an annual celebration of capacity building, member engagement and decision making for MSAI.
Client: Medical Students Association India
Category: Virtual Conference
Date: 25th -30th May, 2021
This was the first time MSAI was hosting the National General Assembly virtually, in the wake of the ongoing pandemic.
There was an emphasis on making the platform very aesthetically pleasing, considering speakers from WHO-India were scheduled to participate.
Since the event was being handled by medical students, there was a time-constraint, and the delivery of the project had to be done quickly.
The 5-day long event kicked-off on 25th March and sported exquisitely-designed spaces like the Welcome Lobby, Conference Hall, Networking Lounge and Private Meeting Rooms, which provided an enriching visual experience for the participants.
With features such as Live Polls & Q&As, 8 engaging video sessions were conducted, out of which one of the sessions was delivered by Dr. Anuj Sharma and Dr. Dilip Mairembam from World Health Organization- India, during which they spoke on how they have been carrying out their phenomenal work during the pandemic.
Additionally, 8 workshops were organized which provided a real workshop-like experience, with facilitated conversations and visually-captivating presentations.
A compelling exhibition hall with 5 exhibitor booths was set up, from where attendees could click & enter any exhibitor booth, access the product gallery, recourse center, or get in touch with the MSAI team to maximize lead generation.
Attraction technologies such as photobooth and the mosaic wall were part of the event which prompted a collaborative and interactive virtual environment.
Here are some of the highlights of the event:
500+ Registrations including 284 Delegates
50 Connection Requests Sent
8 Workshops Handled By 38 Trainers
Engagement rate of 76% was recorded