Press Release: Glisser appoints new CRO and welcomes two US board members

Leading hybrid event SaaS platform makes strategic appointments to capitalise on market opportunity.

Top Tips and Best Practices for Launching Virtual Events

If you’re interested in creating your own virtual events and experiences, here are some crucial tips to get you started.

Power User Series (#15) - Using the Q&A Wall

This week, we're covering unique ways to use the Q&A Wall.

Virtual Events Institute Summit: Creative Strategies, Concepts and Activations for Audience Engagement

Glisser was the platform of choice for the Virtual Events Institute’s (VEI) latest seminar, looking at creative strategies and audience engagement techniques for digital event planners.

21 of the Most Influential Women in Events

There are people that work hard and get it done, and then there are a select few who consistently shine. This is a list of 21 women in the events world that you should be following for education and inspiration as they always deliver above and beyond, with endless drive and world-class communication skills.

Top 2 Underused Ways To Generate Revenue From Your Virtual Event

The Glisser team chat to Vanessa Lovatt about the the pros and cons of charging for delegate tickets, and the revenue opportunities pre and post virtual events.

Events Powered by Glisser - 2021

Glisser is proud to partner with these exciting and informative events. Registration is open for all - find out more below.

The 2021 WFH Essentials List (UK)

The home office has become a permanent office for many – what are the essential items you need to perform your best while striking the balance of comfort and focus, all while looking great?

BBC Radio London interview with Mike Piddock (transcript)

What is the state of the events industry? When will we gather again and what will that look like? Robert Elms from BBC Radio London has his queries answered.

Power User Series (#14) - Mastering "Topics"

In the back end of Glisser, an event's "Topics" function very similarly to Rooms. When you add a topic, it creates a new tab to add slots into, just like a room would. When editing a Topic's slot, you would add functions that are very similar to how a normal room's sessions would work. So what are the differences?
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