Livestorm Survey of American Workers Finds Video Conferencing Is Here to Stay Even as Many Plot Return to the Office
BOSTON, May 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Livestorm, which is transforming online events with its end-to-end video communication platform, announced today the results of a new survey of 1,128 American workers on their video conferencing use and plans to return to the office.
Video conferencing has become the primary communications means for many workers. 68 percent of respondents reported increased use of video conferencing in the past 12 months - and only 1 in 3 believe it will decrease in the next 12 months, even as 60 percent of them say they'll be back in the office at least part-time by the end of 2021.
Survey findings include:
Livestorm is transforming online events, with the easiest way to incorporate video into any type of communication, to connect and engage their audience. Livestorm is the first video communications platform that allows businesses to host meetings, webinars or events with two to thousands of people completely in a mobile or desktop browser. The Livestorm platform manages online events from end to end, from promotion and registration through post-event ROI analysis. More than 4,000 companies from startups to Fortune 500 companies rely on Livestorm, including brands such as Honda, AB Tasty, Pipedrive, Spendesk, Front and Revolut. Learn more at https://livestorm.co/.
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