Technology Expo with Training Industry – 8/18

Interactive Virtual Session: Bringing Your Virtual Meetings to Life With Pando

We invite you to join The Inception Company and Training Industry on August 18, 2020 to learn about a virtual meeting platform that delivers the impact of an in-person program to your remote learners.  Pando supports multi-modality learning by integrating a full studio production with in-studio instructors, remote participants/presenters displayed on a 40-foot video wall, and built-in engagement tools which deliver results in real-time.

Bringing a deeper level of interactivity and engagement to Virtual Instructor Led Training, instructors see life-size learners on the video wall, enabling them to see facial expressions, body language, and distracted behavior as well as to make eye contact and speak with them face-to-face. Learners appreciate the experience of a live program rather than just seeing talking heads.

Hear from other trainers who have successfully integrated Pando into their strategy. They will be discussing how they navigated the growing virtual landscape, why they chose Pando, the results they have gotten, and what they have learned.

No Technology Challenges

Fully Secure and Compliant Platform

Extraordinary Engagement

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For more information, contact Shaun Urban at 908-797-1928 or surban@inceptioncompany.com.

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August 18th, 2020

Three, one-hour sessions are available:

You will receive information on how to join the meeting when you register. We look forward to seeing you on August 18th!

“All of them focused on what you’re sharing, taking notes, participating in the interactions – it’s really a joy as a trainer to see that much engagement on the other side… You have total engagement through the whole session”
-Director of Commercial Training

“Great new training tool that was universally praised. Enabled people to feel connected to their team, other members in the area and the training and scientific teams. Best training platform I have seen in over 20 years in pharma.”
-Sales Representative

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