13 Trending Virtual Events Businesses [2024]

Updated: July 24th, 2023
Start A Virtual Events Business

It is no secret that the 2020 global pandemic changed how we interact and engage. Today, more meetings and events take place online than ever before. According to statistics, the trend of virtual events is not slowing anytime soon. Corporates and entertainment sectors plan to organize more virtual events in the coming decade.

Thus, starting a virtual events business can be a great idea.

A virtual event is where attendees experience the event and its content online rather than being physically present. A virtual events business ideates, plans, organizes, executes, and coordinates virtual events on behalf of its clients. A virtual events business also develops creative ideas that make the virtual events unique and memorable.

To start and operate a successful virtual events business, you must possess broadcasting and audience psychology skills and be ready to learn and deal with new technologies. The good news is that you have multiple platforms where you can run virtual events.

Looking for some examples of a virtual events business?

Interested in case studies of a successful virtual events business? Check out our full list of success stories.

1. ClickMeeting

Video conferencing, online meetings, and webinar software to bring your students, customers, and team members together.

How much they make: $10.8M/year
Where they're located: Gdańsk, Poland
Current team size: 93
Website traffic: 4.19M/month


Our Online Meetings Platform Skyrocketed During The Pandemic And Now Makes $10.8M/Year

ClickMeeting, a platform for webinars and online meetings, has grown to host over 2 million events with 30 million attendees and has been profitable since its launch in 2010, with a focus on reliability and quality customer service.

Szymon grew the business to $897K/month
Read by 3,156 founders

2. Pathable

Where they're located: Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Website traffic: 460K/month

Learn more about starting a virtual events business:

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4. R+F Virtual Platform

Discover life-changing skincare and unlock the power of your potential with Rodan + Fields Virtual.

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 70K/month


5. Socio Event Platform

Socio is an event platform powering event success for event profs in 70+ countries. Host engaging virtual, hybrid, or in-person events that drive results.

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Website traffic: 760K/month


6. Kinetx Co

The next Generation video chat platform. Move among different spaces or create your own - without leaving the larger group. Kino connects people.

Where they're located: New York, NY, USA
Current team size: 0


7. Banzai

Banzai is a modern event platform that empowers marketers to produce revenue generating events.

Where they're located: Seattle, WA, USA
How much did it cost to start: $1.5K
Current team size: 103


8. Professional Association Management Company

Strategic consulting and management services to drive the success of associations, consortia, standards organizations, and other groups.

Where they're located: Nashville, Tennessee, USA


9. Interactive Entertainment Group

Entertainment Ideas For Corporate Events | Corporate Party Planning | Top Event Planning Company

How much they make: $4.8M/year
Where they're located: Hauppauge, NY, USA
How much did it cost to start: $27.4K
Current team size: 12


How I Started an Award Winning Event Production Company

From a booth at a flea market to a 400k/month revenue generator, learn how this event production company pivoted to focus on corporate events, garnered top private companies recognition by Inc., and reinvented itself through virtual offerings in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gregg started Interactive Entertainment Group over 35 years ago
Gregg grew the business to $400K/month
It cost Gregg $27400 to start the business
Read by 7,119 founders

10. Entire Productions

Entire Production is one of the best corporate event planning companies in San Francisco. Let Our Team of Experts Create and Manage Your Next Corporate Events. Call Today!

How much they make: $1.3M/year
Where they're located: San Francisco, California, USA
Current team size: 6


How Natasha Miller Started A $4M Event Management Company

Entire Productions is a fast-growing event and entertainment production company with an emphasis on experience design, primarily working with corporate clients including many Fortune 500 companies in the tech and pharma industries, boasting a growth of 148% and a goal of reaching $20M annual mark.

Natasha started Entire Productions over 23 years ago
Natasha grew the business to $108K/month
Read by 7,841 founders

11. PartySpace

Host stunning virtual parties, custom corportate celebrations & virtual events in metaverse for your team. Any scale 3D space for any kind of event!

How much they make: $800K/year
Where they're located: Redwood City, CA, USA
How much did it cost to start: $200K
Current team size: 33


How We Make $800K/Year Throwing Corporate Events In The Metaverse

Party.Space, a B2B metaverse platform that helps remote teams from big/mid-sized tech companies, Fortune500s, universities, and Web3 DAO/guilds host engaging & immersive events in a browser, has accumulated over 130 customers and more than 30K visitors, boasts revenue bookings growing x3 QoQ, and plans to book $1m this year.

Yurii started PartySpace almost 4 years ago
Yurii grew the business to $66.7K/month
It cost Yurii $200000 to start the business
Read by 2,923 founders

13. vFairs

vFairs is a leading virtual events platform that enables organizations to host online conferences, virtual job fairs, online trade shows, open days & more.

How much they make:
Where they're located: Carrollton, Texas, USA
Current team size: 250
Website traffic: 1.25M/month