How Hopin’s shaping the future of online and hybrid events with Johnny Boufarhat, CEO and founder of Hopin1 min read
Johnny Boufarhat, CEO and founder of Hopin is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show.
Online events have surged in popularity as a result of the covid-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all in-person conferences and events. One company leading that charge is Hopin, the all-in-one events platform that we used for SaaStock Remote. Johnny shares his insights on the future of the events industry, why the best online events are those that facilitate the serendipity of in-person ones, and a little of Hopin’s sudden jump into hypergrowth mode since March 2020.
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Listen on to learn:
- How and why hybrid events will be the future of the events industry
- Johnny’s experience of navigating Hopin through hypergrowth, and building the team from 8 to 50 people in just 2 months
- The biggest differences between online and in-person events, and the key strengths of each
- How online and in-person events can live side-by-side for marketers and sales teams.
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