Digitalization has revolutionized marketing: Marketing departments today have an enormous range of technologies and platforms at their disposal to reach their target groups. At the same time, it is becoming increasingly difficult to be remembered in the face of a media oversupply and the shortened attention span of users. Virtual Reality provides a remedy here.
It’s no secret: HR departments must use increasingly innovative means to attract and retain suitable applicants. With virtual reality, companies use innovative ways to convey strong impressions of the future workplace.
In order to give new colleagues the best possible start in their professional life and to enable them to work efficiently and unerringly right from the start, it often requires numerous meetings, on-the-job training courses, compliance training and safety briefings. This is not only costly and time-consuming, but also causes a lot of downtime. What if all this information were available in a single, comprehensive package that would enable new employees to learn almost independently? With Virtual Reality, exactly that is possible.
These are exceptional times. Measures to control the coronavirus crisis are causing a major sea-change in how we go about our social and business lives. This white paper looks at the challenges posed to cultural continuity by the closure of arts and events venues caused by the need for social distancing and the containment of COVID-19.
Never before have companies had so many different ways to reach and target potential customers. Today it is more important than ever to stand out from the mass of providers and stay in the minds of the target group. To achieve this, it is important to rely on the right technologies. The analysis shows that virtual reality in particular has what it takes to revolutionize the sales process.
From educating and informing, to demonstrating products, to promoting and holding events, Virtual Reality delivers the all important wow! factor that leads to increased numbers of visitors, raised levels of interest, and getting your message or sales pitch across. This white paper contains everything you need to know to stay ahead of your competition.
Advances in VR have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for the tourism industry to market their destinations in an exciting and engaging way that enthuses potential travellers and informs their accommodation choices and destinations.
Virtual Reality (VR) has opened up a new world of business opportunities. Thanks to a dramatically improved availability of VR technology at lower cost than ever before, businesses are finding new ways to take full advantage of the possibilities VR has to offer in training environments.