The Intermedia Group launches Virtual Events

By on 6 May, 2020

The Intermedia Group, publisher of Spatial Source and Position magazine, has launched a Virtual Events solutions service.

As the Covid-19 pandemic has forced companies to rethink engagement from the ground up, The Intermedia Group has launched a service to offer their markets multiple brand opportunities in the digital events space.

Virtual Events will deliver live and recorded content, providing end-to-end solutions for delivering virtual events and digital communications through the networks of The Intermedia Group’s established distribution channels.

Simon Grover, managing director of The Intermedia Group, said that the new service made it easier than ever to expand and capitalise upon digital opportunities.

“As a B2B media company, we’re in the business of connecting brands with their customers – so we’re very excited to be launching Virtual Events, which provides our clients with dynamic new marketing opportunities and makes events accessible to everyone, irrespective of geography or social distancing rules,” he said.

“A natural extension to our existing media solutions, Virtual Events enables companies to continue to engage and interact with our audiences, sharing expertise, showcasing brand credentials and building relationships with customers, even in these unprecedented times.”

View Virtual Events and contact Beth Tobin at for further information.

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