New Virtual Events Firm, vLiveCast, Launches

Sue Bonzell and Ryan Perry have teamed up to form vLiveCast offering virtual live streaming event production services 

Bonzell, a longtime non-profit supporter, radio personality and live event MC in Sonoma County was crushed when she saw event after event cancelled due to Covid 19. “It broke me to see these worthy non-profits lose their opportunities to fundraise. How would they survive and continue to serve our community?”

That’s where Ryan Perry came in. A professional video marketer with a wide YouTube audience and owner of Simple Biz Support Inc., Ryan said what eventually became the obvious solution – virtual live streaming events. Their collaboration brings together Bonzell’s years of experience in marketing, public relations and event planning with Perry’s technical expertise and out of the box thinking.

The team quickly realized the value not only to non-profits but for businesses looking to broaden their reach during the COVID-19 crisis. They are using a professional broadcast quality platform to take virtual events to the next level. “Zoom is for meetings. Meetings are boring!” offered Perry when everyone was just “getting by” with meeting platforms like Zoom.

“It’s exciting to be bringing this professional technology and opportunity to businesses who are recognizing the value of live streaming broadcasts to help educate and gain more clients.” said Perry. 

Bonzell added, “It’s important to offer a professionally produced event, even if it is virtual. We get to help people continue to move forward right now, even if they don’t  know a thing about broadcasting or streaming but see the value for their organization.”

vLiveCast has recently produced very successful live streaming events for Council on Aging Meals on Wheels, Food for Thought and Active 20-30 US & Canada. 

“Ryan and Sue helped us put together a very successful streaming webathon in just a few weeks. Professional, detail oriented and fun to work with, they were clear from the start about what it would take to execute the event and all of the technical stuff that we didn’t know a thing about. They walked us through everything and when the day of the event came, we were confident it would be a success. We are so grateful to Sue and Ryan for helping us recapture some of our lost fundraising revenue with a streaming webathon. We have already booked them for our next virtual event,” stated Lauren Schwing of Council on Aging in Santa Rosa.

They can be reached online at, 707-536-1096 or email

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