Proof of concept: an Intelligize report on virtual annual shareholder meetings

This proxy season, an unprecedented number of public companies adopted a virtual format for their annual shareholder meetings. They had no choice.

But was the shift to virtual meetings, like the pandemic itself, a one-time event with limited relevance for the future? Or will the fears of holding a virtual meeting never loom as large again, now that so many companies have done it?

Download the report today for an analysis of this year’s trends and recommendations going forward.

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