Let's talk about VR/AR companies surviving the pandemic. Yes, I know the Oculus Quest 2 released recently, but I felt that there will be enough videos, articles, and hot takes about the VR headset over the course of this week. Instead I wanted to tap into the topic on VR/AR companies adapting to the pandemic. For most companies, it drastically lowered job opportunities for everyone. Less money spinning around means less client work, which in turn means less activity and business growth. But entrepreneurs lept up and took the opportunity to not only win new work despite the difficulties, but also complete some amazing work.
I think the topic warranted more discussion, so I will be doing my first ever webinar. I hand-picked some amazing people who know their stuff, and we will be sharing our knowledge about how companies are not only surviving the pandemic, but also winning new kinds of business. I hope we can share our knowledge with you. We will be exploring:
- What new opportunities the pandemic has brought VR/AR companies, and how they can adapt;
- How to amend products or services to provide better value to customers;
- How to convey the value of VR/AR to potential new clients
If you are available for an hour on the 28 October, consider signing up for free and taking a look. If you work in VR/AR and want more tactics, it may be worth a peek.