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Havertown, PA United States
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Alfred Poor - Health Tech Keynote

Alfred Poor is a keynote speaker and virtual technology expert. He is the principle of "The 75 Percent Solution" that provides personalized advice to executives and business leaders about how to be more persuasive and influential in video meetings and online presentations.

He is also the Chief Technology Content Officer with VEG (pronounced 'vedge'), the Virtual Events Group, an online resource and community that promotes tech-forward solutions for everyone involved in meetings: in person, online, and hybrid. He is the former Editor and Publisher of Health Tech Insider, a website and industry newsletter that provided curated news and original analysis about wearable and mobile technology for health and medical applications.

Here's a list of suggestion questions:

  1. Now that everything is getting back to normal, are we still going to be meeting on Zoom and attending virtual conferences?
  2. Everyone talks about "Zoom fatigue," but I understand that you don't believe there is such a thing. Why do you say that?
  3. Can you share a couple tips on how people can be more persuasive and influential on Zoom meetings?
  4. Should people be made to have their cameras on during a Zoom call? I know some people hate that.
  5. There is a lot more to the virtual than Zoom. There's Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, and a host of others. Which one is best?

As always, I'm very comfortable with following conversations wherever it leads. (I was the co-host on a weekly technology show on WBAI in New York City for eight years, which include a half hour of listener call-in, so I'm used to thinking on my feet….)