Sponsorship is a huge part of the success of many events around the world. As we experiment over the virtual and hybrid events, how can we elevate our in ways that honours their commitment to the community, and provides as much if not more value during these times for all.
To say we’re getting used to the current lockdown is likely to be far from true. Whether we’re working way more or less than usual, the time of ‘business as unusual’ is here for some time yet. For those finding themselves with more time on their hands, the average day is probably bringing new challenges – but we can still use this rare season to put our pausing to good use.
The magic of a physical event is those random interactions, and the new people you meet at your table or in the hallway. While we are in lockdown, how can we create virtual events that facilitate this form of interaction? We explore some ways to create magical moments and fresh connections during your virtual events….
The events industry has been rocked by the current global crisis. Whilst businesses took for granted the freedom of movement, and gathering together, most have been forced to stay home. As event organisers our thoughts naturally look to the future. What will events look like next year? What should I do now to prepare?
The tectonic plates on which the events industry sits have shifted in recent weeks in a way never previously experienced. Evolution of the entire sector is inevitable, and while many gatherings have been cancelled or postponed, others have gone virtual.
We are in unprecedented times. Event organisers around the world face the choice of cancelling, postponing or going virtual. We believe the world needs events, so we have taken ours virtual in 2020 and in this episode we share how you can do this too.
Since launching my conference, some members of my global community have asked if we will offer a live stream of the event, and so we already had an offsite engagement strategy in place for this year. I’m glad we did since I’ve received a few concerned emails from a minority who have said they are expecting…
Frustrated that social media marketing is not working for you? Are you wondering how to use social media to build your online audience and promote your event?
Content marketing helps you to lead with value, build an event brand and grow your business, yet do you ever struggle to produce good content? Are you disappointed with the results your content achieves, or perhaps you don’t seem to have the time to create something new and worthwhile?
There are so many moving parts to an event and it is easy to lose track of potential sponsors, exhibitors, partners and attendees. How can you ensure you and your team manage leads well to ensure your event is a success?