HUVR | Virtual Access to Mobile Locations and Virtual Events Around the World, Without Physically Being There, Are We There Yet?

June 27, 2023
Grant Harrell

In an era of constant digital connection, can virtual access provide opportunities where a physical presence isn’t attainable?

The march towards an increasingly digital world creates the capacity to exist in multiple locations simultaneously through virtual platform technology. From learning services to trade shows, industries are finding innovative ways to incorporate these new capabilities. One trend making waves in this space is the emergence of virtual access to global mobile locations and events, bringing an exciting shift in how people engage with remote experiences. The global virtual event market size was valued at $114.12 billion in 2021 and is anticipated to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.4% from 2022 to 2030.

How will this trend change daily lives, business operations, and government functioning? Is the future moving to where people can virtually be in multiple places at once?  And today, virtual access to mobile locations and virtual events around the world, without physically being there, are we there yet?

In this episode of Are We There Yet?, Host Grant Harrell is joined by a pioneer in this field, Herman DeBoard, CEO & Founder of HUVR, to shed some light on these fascinating questions. HUVR, a revolutionary platform providing virtual access to mobile locations and events worldwide, is paving the way for a more interconnected and accessible world.

Harrell and DeBoard’s conversation includes:

  • The story behind the creation of HUVR and its unique value proposition for virtual travelers
  • An in-depth look at HUVR’s customized solutions including HUVR Gig, HUVR Pro, and HUVR Gov

Herman DeBoard III is a visionary entrepreneur recognized for his significant contributions within the digital transformation of accessing remote locations and events. He is the Founder and CEO of HUVR, a company he established, in fact, after being inspired by the movie Avatar. Under his leadership, HUVR has grown into a leading platform providing virtual access to locations and events across 53 countries. Leveraging his background in technology and passion for innovation, Herman is determined to make the world more accessible through the power of virtual connection. His efforts have been lauded within the tech industry, earning recognition as a respected figure in digital mobility.

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