Taking your event virtual?

Keep engagement and quality high

Whether you're considering virtual events to meet changing budgets or to adapt to fast evolving global health challenges, you still want the same high-caliber shows to drive enthusiastic speakers and engaged attendees. 

At ArchiteX, we've been honing virtual event operations to bring you the high end product you're used to delivering in person.  We tie in location shoots, remote call-ins and a fully integrated technical team to call and operate your show in any business climate. 

Digital events have two main elements, both of which ArchiteX can design and manage: the 'broadcast' and the 'platform'.

See each section below to learn more.

Want to learn more? Take 5 minutes to watch our Broadcast vs. Platform video here.


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The 'broadcast' portion of a digital event is similar to what you'd see on a screen at an in person event. It can be as simple as just a webcam feed, or can include titles, graphics, multiple cameras, videos, and more.

With behind-the-scenes communication between operators and state of the art remote video switching capability, we can help you create a studio broadcast to showcase your message. Lower thirds titles, panels in PIP windows, live audience Q&A, all to a cued program.



The 'platform' is where attendees will interact with your event, with your broadcast(s), and with other attendees. There are three main categories of platforms:

Meeting room platforms: Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, GoToMeeting, etc.

Primary uses: Interactivity, all attendees live on camera/video together, breakout rooms, etc.


Single Broadcast (and Webinar) platforms: IBM Media, YouTube, Zoom Webinar, BigMarker, Webex, etc.

Primary uses: A small number of presenters to any number of attendees, attendees are not live on audio/video

Event platforms: Hubilo, Pathable, Hopin, CVENT, Bizzabo, OpenWater, vFairs, etc.

Primary uses: Conferences, events with multiple sessions, vendor fairs, etc.

Take a look at our two examples:

Conference Platform & Single Broadcast Platform

Of course, we can simultaneously stream broadcast to multiple platforms as well, which can help with social platform integration into your event, streaming to platforms like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even embedding live streams into your own website. 

We can help choose, design, and manage the platform(s) that are right for your event.

Replicate and enhance the elements that make in-person events successful and don't miss a beat in your event plans.

Let us open the virtual doors of possibility for you.


How does it work?

Still have questions about how it all works? Check out our three phase approach to finding the best solution for you and your event. Including a preview of the kinds of questions we'll ask you on our first call to get a sense of your event needs.

Want to learn more? Take 5 minutes to watch our Broadcast vs. Platform video here.

Pricing information

Pricing for virtual events can be complex as each event is different. We do our best to be transparent with our pricing which you can see here. We will work with you to find the right balance between efficiency and production value. Final invoices will always be modified to reflect actual hour worked.

Schedule some time to brainstorm with us. 
There are lots of possibilities. 

Let's figure out which is right for you.