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πŸ“15×4: Being where you want to be🌎

Problem: Parallel sessions

Solution: Knit with Event Hub

15×4 is a series of non-commercial science communication events happening in different countries around the world. Their annual Nobel Prize discussion took place on Knit.

Questions with such events:

How do we organize worldwide events in one place?

How can people intervene between events?

How can people experience every event without any complication?

Answer: 

Using Knit’s virtual place where it allows people to have parallel sessions. Knit enabled parallel streams and networking sessions with 275 viewers from 7 countries. 

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Each meeting features four 15-minute presentations followed by Q&A sessions and discussions. With this setup, guests could enter multiple presentations via only one space. Knit has enabled guests to be where they want to be. 

Result:

  • The event hub gave all guests an easy reference point.
  • Guests were able to move seamlessly between the stage and the networking elements.
  • No installation was required
  • Sessions were automatically recorded, creating a library of content for the 15×4 community.
  • Made the event more interactive thereby facilitating access to scientific knowledge
  • Helped to create organic engagement between guests