We're based in the US, with a mostly US audience, but we're trying to grow in Europe. Our webinars are usually 10am Pacific, which is really only good for NA/LATAM. We are going to start re-running some webinars for EMEA (and APAC) at 10am GMT, with our new UK team presenting.
I'm trying to figure out the best way to indicate in emails and on our website that the webinar is for an EMEA audience. Right now we just list the two different times/dates on our webinars page, but I think it's easy to miss the PST vs GMT.
How else can we indicate the intended audience? Should we put "NA/LATAM" and "EMEA/APAC" above the date/time? What about on the actual landing page and in emails? I want people to recognize that we're actually running webinars during their working hours!
Have separate pages for EU vs. US.
Write: North America and Europe/EMEA.