1. Determine The Agenda
Break this out for each group of stakeholders
2. Create Your Plan
While learning may be the most important thing to your audience, the opportunity to interact will keep them engaged. Make lecture time shorter so you can structure these opportunities into your event.
What about sponsors?
3. Find Out Who's Helping
As the host, it is up to you to assign event roles. At a minimum. you’ll want to have a co-host to handle the chat room, tech support and it may also be nice to have them try Zoom’s spotlight video if that’s what you’re using as well as the ability to start and stop recording where appropriate. Practicing often and early at every stage of the process will ensure that hiccups will be uncovered and erased in time for the event.
"It depends on the particulars of your event, but having someone who knows the platform and works in it daily is worth their weight. They will know when new updates are scheduled to roll out. How those changes will affect your event...Most importantly though, in a pinch they will know where controls are from muscle memory.
Also don't undervalue a professional that works with many clients. You might well benefit from suggestions they make based on other companies successes and failures. "