In an effort to mitigate risk and accommodate attendees, many organizations are planning for hybrid events in 2021. While we know that a hybrid event includes both a virtual and in-person component, one of the
As we wrap up the year and look ahead to 2021, organizers and planners are hopeful to return to in-person events in the new year. While we are all eager to get back to interacting on the trade show floor or in
As we move towards the end of 2020 and look ahead, likely, virtual events are not going anywhere in the new year. Organizers and planners are continuing to move forward to create virtual conferences and facilitate an
Let’s face it, one of the biggest challenges you’ll encounter while running an association is member retention. While you might think that getting someone to join your association in the first place is the hard work,
Every June event professionals from across the world celebrate exhibitions and advocate for the event industry. This annual day honoring the exhibition industry was started by the International Association for
With many organizations implementing work from home or transitioning out of offices completely to an entirely virtual workforce, bad actors can try to take advantage.
The event industry has seen an increase of in-person events being cancelled and organizations are looking for new ways to retain some of the revenue from these events and continue to move forward.
Are you looking to change your in-person conference into an interactive virtual conference?
Badges may seem like a small detail of your event, but they are a major component to the overall attendee experience.
The coronavirus first appeared in China in December 2019 and has since migrated to Europe and the Middle East. The CDC released more information on February 25, 2020 and provided additional precautions travelers can