Large-Scale Event Conference Calls

Leave it to the experts

Need help with your next event call?

You can hold straightforward conferences without any help from us but large-scale, complex conferences are better executed by experts. When you want your important meetings to run hitch-free, you'll need a trusted conference provider, like us.

Our event call specialists are here to help you plan and execute your large events. Your dedicated account manager will organise everything, leaving you free to focus on your meeting agenda. To learn more about our event calls, read our blog Confessions of an event call coordinator!

Investor Relations

Quarterly financial calls, reporting and results delivered to staff and shareholders.

Crisis Calls

Short-notice emergency calls where many people need to be quickly connected.

Marketing Calls

Product launches, internal announcements or project briefings.

Webinar Events

Interactive web meetings for presentations, demonstrations, seminars or training.

Human Resources

Interviews, disciplinary action, induction programs or company announcements.

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What are the benefits of event conference calls?

  • Reduce stress by having experts run your conference for you.
  • Save time by leaving the logistics to an expert.
  • Enhance productivity by leaving your time free to focus on your meeting agenda instead of organising the conference.
  • Improve organisation by leaving the organising up to the experts.
  • Reduce event costs by negating the need for large face-to-face meetings.

How does an Event Connect work?

Event Connect forms part of our operator-assisted services, which can help you execute complex conference calls. Our expert operators can join everyone into the call for you, making sure your conference starts on time and runs without a hitch.

They can also introduce presenters and conduct Q&A or voting sessions.

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 Explore our other operator-assisted services. We also offer audio conferencing and web conferencing.