Do you want to attend the Future Assistant Conference online, but have a few questions? Here you will find everything you need to know about the Future Assistant Online Conference. Frequently Asked Questions:

What exactly is the Future Assistant online conference?

The Future Assistant Conference is taking place in London on the 8th and 9th February 2018. The conference will be live streamed for audiences around the world via a secure website. This is the Future Assistant online conference.

How do I actually attend a Future Assistant online conference? 

Attending is easy, so much easier than attending a physical event. You can “attend” from your home, your office or a cafe. All you need is your device, good WiFi and earphones / speakers.

Can I interact virtually during the Future Assistant online conference?

You can use the hashtag and contact us via Twitter. We will have someone monitoring and we may even ask or mention you on the day!

Will I have access to the sessions after the live broadcast?

Yes. Your access code will allow you to view all of the presentations for three months after the live broadcast and access to the recording will be available by 5pm GMT Monday 12th February.

Can other attendees in my office watch the live broadcast?

Yes, in fact, we have created the Hub to allow you to do that. We encourage you to watch the live broadcast with colleagues and perhaps assistants from other organisations. We have a Hub Starter Pack to make sure you make the most of the Hub. Unless you purchase a Hub ticket you will not be able to share the access code, and the live feed will only be available on one device.

Which platform will the Future Assistant online conference be on?

We will broadcast the event on a secure website. You will have a password to gain access and you will not need any specific or dedicated software; it will be like watching any flash based web page. You will not be able to view the event on a smart phone or tablet.

Will there be any online technical support?

We will not be able to offer any technical support and you should consult your own IT support if you have any issues not related to the live feed.