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50 More Virtual Event Platforms for Your Next Online or Hybrid Gathering

Building on our previous list, here’s a roundup of even more options to consider for any upcoming virtual and hybrid events.

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Event tech has exploded over the past year, with hundreds of solutions now available. In addition to the standard bells and whistles like livestreaming and polling, some virtual event platforms also offer advanced and unique features like AI-powered event matchmaking and photo-realistic environments.

Here, we've rounded up 50 more virtual event platforms to help you find the best fit for your next digital or hybrid event. (Be sure to check out our first list, too.)

1. 6Connex
Overview: Designed for marketing, sales, recruitment, training and HR communications, this cloud-based platform offers a self-service product as well as more advanced, fully customizable options, including the ability to manage multiple virtual environments simultaneously and use up to five virtual venues.
Clients: Unilever, The Humane Society of the United States and Salesforce
Pricing: available upon request

2. Airmeet
Overview: Virtual social lounge with public and private chats; polls and surveys; dedicated Q&A windows; custom branding; virtual “backstage” to privately sync with speakers before and after sessions
Clients: Chargebee, Florida International University, Volvo, Zycus
Pricing: Free for up to 100 participants; up to 500 participants starting at $349

3. Agorify
Overview:
This Sweden-based event management platform offers features and controls that mirror monetization models used at IRL events for virtual and hybrid events. During hybrid events, exhibitors and sponsors are able to interact with both the online and on-site audience through a connected exhibitor stand.
Clients: Hyperight
Pricing: Plans start at about $60 per month.

Carousel12Photo: All in the Loop4. All in the Loop
Overview: Based in the U.K., this event technology platform allows on-site registrants to network with virtual and off-site registrants during hybrid events via an app that features messaging and a virtual meeting option.
Clients: Condé Nast, National Association of Realtors and Concordia
Pricing: available upon request

5. b2match
Overview: The all-in-one event management platform now offers a virtual event solution that features matchmaking sessions, high-speed streaming, built-in ticketing and online payment, and instant chat and messaging.
Clients: VO Europe, Mobile World Congress and Advantage Austria
Pricing: available upon request

6. Balluun
Overview: Used by top trade show organizations and associations, Balluun’s modular platform allows users to host a virtual marketplace with e-commerce capabilities, plus event programming and AI-powered matchmaking to help drive product and seller discovery.
Clients: The Toy Association, Reed Exhibitions, Informa Markets and Specialty Food Association
Pricing: available upon request

7. Banzai
Overview:
This customizable, adaptable platform lets users view an event’s performance and easily track engagement.
Clients: Nextiva, Red Hat and Egnyte
Pricing: available upon request

8. Bramble
Overview: Created by Artery, a community of creatives, this platform allows users to design their virtual spaces with no tech training. It’s been described as “Zoom meets Animal Crossing.”
Clients: Vice, GoDaddy, Kickstarter and House of Yes
Pricing: available upon request

9. Brella
Overview:
With a focus on event networking, this software can facilitate one-to-one meetings via an AI-powered matchmaking algorithm. The app also allows attendees to chat and have video chats before, during and after an event.
Clients: Google, Samsung, Microsoft and Informa
Pricing: available upon request

10. Canapii
Overview:
The Virtual Arena product offering includes livestreaming functionality with auto captions and live translations. It also features built-in gamification where attendees can earn points for sending chats, booking meetings, visiting booths and more.
Clients: HP, Juniper Networks and Canalys
Pricing: A free package for events with up to 75 people is available. More robust packages start at $149 per month.

11. Certain
Overview:
This end-to-end event platform allows users to customize event communications for each attendee type with relevant join links and session recommendations.
Clients: Red Hat, Microsoft, Ricoh and Oracle
Pricing: available upon request

12. ConBop
Overview:
This platform’s intuitive interface makes it easy to manage all aspects of an event—from analytics to surveys and polls.
Pricing: available upon request

13. Deal Room
Overview:
This platform includes an attendee engagement tool with networking functionalities such as private chat and one-on-one meetings, plus real-time analytics.
Clients: Nordic Center for Sustainable Healthcare and Broadcast Projects
Pricing: available upon request

14. DIGIVENTS
Overview:
Originally designed for the digital management of registration, check-in and mobile app for events, DIGIVENTS now offers a Virtual Room product that can be customized and integrated with platforms like Zoom and YouTube.
Clients: Vodafone, Acciona, EMC, VMware and CISCO
Pricing: available upon request

15. Engagez
Overview:
Designed for online sales, marketing, corporate communication and recruiting events, this cloud-based platform allows for integration with webinar and webcasting tools including Zoom. Plus, it lets users create a tiered system for users, allowing certain attendees to view VIP content and sessions for a premium experience.
Clients: Dell, Pfizer, UCLA and Bayer
Pricing: A starter plan with an event of up to 20 attendees is available for free. The pro plan starts at $399 per month.

16. Evenito
Overview:
This all-in-one platform allows users to run both virtual and in-person events from a single tool. Users can also integrate streaming from services such as Vimeo, YouTube and others, and customize the online event’s appearance.
Clients: Universal Music, Toyota and Singapore Airlines
Pricing: starts at $770 for one event per year

17. Event Rebels
Overview:
 This event management software provider offers its ER Virtual Trade Show software with features such as an interactive floor map and smart sponsor-oriented search screens, allowing attendees to visit companies, chat, download resources and start online video conferences. It also offers Zoom streaming integration.
Clients: Bostrom Corporation, American Society of Home Inspectors and KF Events
Pricing: available upon request

18. Eventzilla
Overview:
This ticketing platform now offers a virtual add-on that lets users set up, host and promote webinars, livestreams and other virtual events within Eventzilla. Features include a customizable landing page, multiple breakout rooms, live chat with moderation, custom registration forms and more.
Clients: The Testing Consultancy and Pediatric Hydrocephalus Foundation
Pricing: starts at $1.50 per registration

19. Gatherly
Overview:
Designed to promote digital interactions, this online platform features spatial video chat, which lets attendees move around and talk to anyone at the event. Plus, it offers custom branding and admin features like broadcast and server security.
Clients: General Electric, Yale University and The Metropolitan Opera
Pricing: available upon request

20. Goldcast
Overview:
A step up from traditional video conferencing software, Goldcast allows organizers to host multiday, multitrack agendas, and it offers seamless transition between prerecorded and live sessions.
Clients: Drift, GitHub and Axonius
Pricing: available upon request

21. Grip
Overview:
Similar to Facebook, this platform allows organizers to customize the event experience for different user types with a tailored homepage featuring relevant info, plus it includes an AI-powered event matchmaking tool and smart speed networking sessions.
Clients: Event Tech Live, SaaStr Enterprise and UFI
Pricing: available upon request

22. HexaFair
Overview:
Designed for virtual and hybrid trade fairs and conferences, this all-in-one virtual event platform creates 3D immersive experiences that feature virtual booths with videos, documents, contact info and more.
Clients: Daymon, Performance Food Group and Grow Exhibitions
Pricing: available upon request

23. Image AudioVisuals
Overview:
 eAttendGlobal by Image AudioVisuals is a fully immersive, customizable platform that features production capabilities, registration tools, attendee engagement features and real-time analytics.
Clients: American Animal Hospital Association, Visit Aurora and Wireless Infrastructure Association
Pricing: starts at $995

24. inwink
Overview:
Designed for B-to-B companies, this event marketing platform allows users to manage both physical and online events, including combining both scenarios into a hybrid event.
Clients: Rakuten, Dell and Microsoft
Pricing: available upon request

25. Juno
Overview: This company is founded on the principles of community building and offers a platform that includes engagement, monetization, matchmaking, video streaming and analytics tools.
Clients: PCMA, American Heart Association and National Association of Landscape Professionals
Pricing: available upon request

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Overview:
Organizers can create fully customized and branded virtual environments—from the streets of New York to a cruise in the Mediterranean. The platform is designed to work with existing registration platforms such as Cvent, Eventbrite, Aventri and RegFox.
Clients: BIG HQ
Pricing: available upon request

27. Konf
Overview:
This virtual conference platform focuses on networking and social connection with a chat feature that continues even after the event is over. Plus, it offers tools for speakers to promote their talks.
Pricing: starts at $3,000 for one event that lasts up to five days

28. Let’s Get Digital
Overview:
Born out of necessity during the pandemic, this platform replicates an in-person experience, starting with a personalized check-in and networking features such as one-on-one and group meetings and smart matchmaking of attendees.
Clients: Bosch and Yakult
Pricing: starts at $3,057 for a single event

29. MeetYoo
Overview:
MeetYoo’s ubivent platform can host virtual events such as trade and career fairs as well as large online conferences for thousands of attendees. Virtual exhibition stands include a live chat function via text or video.
Clients: SAP, Microsoft, German Convention Bureau and Roche
Pricing: available upon request

30. MootUp
Overview:
This virtual event platform uses 3D web technology to create immersive environments for virtual job fairs, exhibitions, expo events, product launches and more, featuring custom virtual booths and 3D avatars. It can also be integrated with tools such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, BlueJeans and Webex.
Clients: Dell, Nike, Uber and Epic Games
Pricing: The basic plan (with up to five participants in a meeting) is available for free. Custom plan pricing is available upon request.

31. NexTech AR
Overview:
This platform allows users to integrate augmented-reality experiences into their virtual and hybrid events, including the ability to cast 3D models using a smartphone, scan QR codes and send event invitations with holograms of speakers.
Clients: IBM, Amazon, ViacomCBS and Johnson & Johnson
Pricing: available upon request

32. NextMeet
Overview:
This avatar-based immersive platform, which is designed for remote working, meetings, distance learning and networking, features 3D spaces that include spatial voice, a walkable art gallery and customizable avatars.
Clients: Xplore, ICFAI Business School and Michigan State University
Pricing: starts at $10 for a single event, up to four hours

33. Noodle Live
Overview:
This event tech company now offers a virtual event product that includes session streaming, note-taking functionality, interactive roundtables and workshops, analytics, instant messaging and more.
Clients: Google, Diageo and Adidas
Pricing: available upon request

34. ON24
Overview:
This robust cloud-based digital experience platform boasts a roster of top-notch customers across various industries. It allows users to build live experiences with video, interactivity, personalized event tracks, peer-to-peer networking and gamification features.
Clients: Microsoft, Salesforce, Merck and Honeywell
Pricing: available upon request

35. Parcy
Overview:
This platform allows hosts to use the built-in livestreaming tool or embed a streaming service such as Zoom or Cisco Webex into the event page. The easy-to-use, drag-and-drop interface lets users customize their event site, as well as create personalized emails. It also offers peer networking features.
Clients: BMW, Johnson & Johnson and Pirelli
Pricing: available upon request

36. PureWeb
Overview:
Ideal for virtual auto shows, trade shows and interactive entertainment events, this 3D streaming solution offers a customizable, photorealistic digital environment including innovative booth designs and product demonstrations. It also provides engagement data collection and statistical analysis.
Clients: Volkswagen and Burning Man’s Infinite Playa
Pricing: available upon request

Insight DashboardPhoto: Courtesy of RainFocus37. RainFocus
Overview: This end-to-end event marketing and management platform lets users view engagement metrics across virtual, physical and hybrid events.
Clients: VMware, Oracle, Adobe and Cisco
Pricing: available upon request

38. ReAttendance
Overview:
This platform features a virtual event layout that includes a centralized lobby where users can offer sponsors additional exposure, pin events and notices and welcome attendees to the event. It comes with its own livestreaming and video hosting service, but it does allow users to integrate their preferred services like Vimeo, YouTube, StreamYard, Zoom and LiveStream.
Clients: Hotelres and Tandem Events
Pricing: available upon request

39. Renhaus
Overview:
This full-service rendering studio builds custom virtual event environments. Attendees are able to interact and explore the 3D space, which can include integrated videos, pop-ups and promotions.
Clients: Walmart, Toyota, Walt Disney and Netflix
Pricing: available upon request

40. Reydar
Overview:
This platform lets users create immersive, explorable 3D environments for trade shows and retail stores, for example, replicating the real world with augmented-reality solutions. Attendees can interact and demo products in video, 3D and in their own space via AR at the virtual exhibition stands.
Clients: Samsung, Mastercard and SAP
Pricing: Packages start at $60,251 for a 1,500-square-foot virtual environment build and launch.

41. Run The World
Overview:
A popular choice among nonprofits and community leaders, this event platform enables attendees to network as well as engage in two-way conversations with speakers. It also allows panel discussions with up to eight speakers.
Clients: Facebook, LinkedIn and Harvard University
Pricing: A free package is available for events with up to 50 attendees; pricing starts at $79 per month for professional packages.

42. Sarcon
Overview:
Event organizers can choose to create a 3D, 3D animated or 360-degree experience using this virtual event platform. In addition to features such as real-time stats and insights and gamification, it also includes built-in email marketing capabilities.
Clients: Intel, Dell and IBM
Pricing: available upon request

43. Sched
Overview:
The session registration and attendance management platform now offers a simplified virtual and hybrid event solution that lets organizers create, publish and host events on Sched. It includes access to live and prerecorded content from any platform.
Clients: Out of Chicago, Comic Con and NAACP
Pricing: starts at $499 for an event with up to 250 attendees

44. Social Hour
Overview:
Offering more flexibility than Zoom, this platform allows organizers and attendees to recreate a live experience online with DIY tools. Hosts can customize their events with a branded look and feel, and attendees have the ability to create new topic tables.
Clients: Nestle, Stamps.com and Nespresso
Pricing: starts at $960 per event

45. Tocca
Overview:
This B-to-B virtual event platform allows users to create multiple sessions and tracks, plus it offers interactive games and prizes, networking rooms, a help desk and more.
Clients: YMCA, Cloud Academy and Arizona Technology Council
Pricing: available upon request

46. Totem
Overview:
This London-based platform allows organizers to either use their preferred broadcast partner or Totem Fuse, the in-house, dedicated production and streaming service, which includes the management of onboarding and rehearsing speakers and prerecording presentations.
Clients: Informa, KPMG and Mad World
Pricing: available upon request

47. Virtual Tables
Overview:
Created by live event experts, this virtual event platform offers features such as unique pin codes that allow guests to access custom experiences, a 12-screen layout so guests can interact with fellow guests at their “table” and the ability to integrate donation platforms into the event.
Clients: American Express, the Ali Forney Center and Covenant Foundation
Pricing: available upon request

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Overview:
Mimicking in-person events, this platform uses real-time, 3D voice technology and offers guests the ability to interact with other guest avatars to create an immersive experience.
Clients: Netflix, Microsoft, McDonald’s and H&M
Pricing: available upon request

49. Whova
Overview: This comprehensive virtual and hybrid event platform offers extensive attendee engagement and networking features such as event-wide discussions via the Community Board and speed dating-style video chat rooms. Plus, organizers are able to offer exclusive sessions to attendees with higher-tier tickets.
Clients: L'Oréal, IKEA and Hilton
Pricing: available upon request

50. Zenevent 
Overview:
From innoVia Productions, this virtual event platform comes with a dedicated team of virtual event producers (known as Zen Masters) to support presenters and attendees.
Clients: Head Start California, Association of California Water Agencies and Senior Planners Industry Network
Pricing: starts at $20,000 for a virtual event

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