S1-E10 Virtual Event Engagement – illustrated

Engaging your attendees in any setting is tough and in a virtual setting, it can seem downright daunting which is why for the next couple of episodes, we will be focusing on guests that have some unique ideas that will energize your event.

First up is Dusty and Emma from Ink Factory. If you are not in the know, Ink Factory helps engage your audience, employees, and clients by bringing content to life through drawing real-time visual notes at events and meetings. Rather than dive into the details, I encourage you to watch the segment below via YouTube where you can see it in action. IT TOTALLY ROCKS.

In fact, it rocks so much, we can show you our own virtual notes!

Visual notes created for Event Tech Pull Up Podcast on May 28, 2020 titled, Attendee Engagement for Virtual Events.

Some of the things we cover in our interview:

  • What is Ink Factory and how do they do what they do?
  • Why engagement is getting tougher and why it is mission critical to your success.
  • We are huge fans and have witnessed their creations at many events but how does it translate to virtual.

Companies in Event Tech News:

The Illustrated Art of Virtual Event Engagement

Our Guest – Dusty Folwarczny

Dusty was born and raised in the Show Me State (AKA Missouri) in a small country town named Winfield. She earned a BFA in Sculpture from Truman State University and made her way to the Windy City. She started out sculpting and working in the management consulting space. After half a decade of independent contracting, it was time to co-found Ink Factory with Lindsay and Ryan (audience claps!!). Dusty uses her people skills, big picture mindset, and entrepreneurial spirit to connect the dots at Ink Factory. Dusty has an uncanny ability to see a small needle in a large haystack. She’s always generating ideas and loves to foster new partnerships.


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