Top tips and benefits to running virtual dinners

Top tips and benefits to running virtual dinners.

We are now in the UK allowed to participate fully once again at a variety of in-person events, including dinners of all kinds. If this is the case, then why are many organisations deciding to continue with designing, facilitating and running virtual dinners for their membership as they were forced to do during the pandemic?

The uncertainty still in the back of a few people’s minds may be one reason, but there are others and this month James, who runs many in-person dinners and who also ran many in the virtual space in the last 36 months, discusses the potential reasons as to why this is the case. He also gives you some great tips on how to go about creating one.

We hope you enjoy the video blog below. (Please note this was initially recorded in December 2021)


If you or your organisation require any advice or help with design, facilitation and in particular production of a virtual dinner, please don’t hesitate to get in touch as we would love to explore how we can help you.

James Hasler is a principal consultant at HaslerHill Consulting, an organisation specialising in moderation, facilitation and curation of events, as well as presentation skills and public speaking skills training. If you would like to learn more about the services they offer and how they can be of benefit to your business, please get in touch via the HaslerHill Consulting contact page or call +44(0) 7773 229909 – Additionally James works extensively in the City of London in the Livery Halls and venues like Mansion House and The Guildhall, where he leads many through formal dinners and events as a professional Master of Ceremonies, Toastmaster and Beadle, giving him the specialist knowledge on this particular subject.