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BlogOn Xmas Conference to go virtual

Published on: 13th August 2020

BlogOn Virtual will take place on 10th October to replace the usual physical event.

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Organiser Laura Seaton has announced that the event will be virtual this year. In a statement, she said: “We are sad/happy to announce that BlogOn Xmas will not be happening, however it will be replaced by BlogOn Virtual. All of your favourite speakers, lots of networking and all from the comfort of your own home.”

This is the 14th BlogOn event that has taken place, and the virtual event promises to be packed with informative sessions covering a wide range of topics from BlogOn’s extensive line up of experts. With a mixture of pre-recorded sessions and live webinars, attendees will also be able to catch up on all of the content afterwards at their leisure. There will also be networking sessions, and the “now infamous” BlogOn Bingo will take place to end the event in style.

Laura explained that BlogOn going virtual means that she will be able to squeeze in even more informative sessions. She added: “There is going to be so much to choose from – I am not sure how you are going to cope. Good job all sessions will be available on demand until the end of 2020.”

As there is now some extra capacity, speakers who would like to get involved in BlogOn Virtual are invited to get in touch with suggestions for subjects that they would like to share with the attendees or ideas for fun networking session. Laura can be contacted on Laura@blogonconference.com.

More information and various ticket options for the event are available here.

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