Online meeting technology helps keep Peak Content Summit on schedule

By DeanYobbi

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BRAIN) — The Peak Content Summit, a content marketing and strategy conference, is scheduled to start Wednesday despite the rash of industry show postponements because of the growing COVID-19 virus threat.

Tyler Benedict, Peak Content Summit founder, said remote screen-share sessions will be used for speakers who can’t attend due to their company’s travel bans. All speakers’ presentations will be recorded and available for ticket-holders for streaming access.

“Only two speakers had to cancel travel because of it,” Benedict said. “Neither wanted to, but it was sort of forced on them, so we’ve worked with them to use online meeting software to let them present remotely. Already tested it, and I feel it’s the best solution given the circumstances.”

Benedict, who also is the publisher of, said a couple of attendees had to cancel, mostly because of employer travel bans.

There’s been “zero backlash,” Benedict said, of the decision to go through with hosting the conference. “Everyone who can’t come is super bummed to miss it.”

The three-day conference is designed to guide cycling, outdoor, active lifestyle brands and marketing managers through the process of developing, planning and executive an effective content marketing strategy.

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Via:: Bicycle Retailer and Industry News