The Week has an impressive digital reach. Many of the sessions, panels and ceremonies that take place during...
The Week has an impressive digital reach. Many of the sessions, panels and ceremonies that take place during the conference are live-streamed or recorded to help engage people all around the world.
- In 2014, 3,000 people watched the events live and 55,000 watched on-demand. We will be increasing the number of recorded events this year to help accommodate the huge interest experienced last year!
- The webcasts are produced in high quality, available on mobile devices, and can be easily embedded and shared through social media and online.
- During the 2014 World Water Week, conversations, ideas and information about water and energy reached over 220,000 people.
- Twitter Q&A’s, live chats between experts and the public, live-streaming of seminars and social media updates all helped to drive discussions around important topics and increase participation in events.
- The organic nature of the online conversation clearly demonstrates the opportunities presented by digital platforms, and the enthusiasm of both participants and the wider public.